Can End-stage Cancer Be Cured?
Good morning, I want to ask if a patient who has been convicted of stage 4 cancer can recover?
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Cancer refers to the abnormal growth of a cell that is excessive, uncontrolled, and malignant. There are many types of cancer, and each of them has different prognosis. In general, the prognosis of cancer patients will get worse as the stage of the cancer increases.
Stage 4 cancer usually reflects the development of massive, large-sized cancer cells, causing extensive and extensive tissue destruction, or spreading to other distant areas. In this stage 4 cancer, most sufferers have shown very typical symptoms, including very drastic weight loss, weakness, fatigue, excessive sweating, prolonged mild fever, and so on. Although, in some people, there can be no significant symptoms, so they are often overlooked.
Is stage 4 cancer patients still possible to recover? The answer can vary depending on the type of cancer, the general health condition of the patient, such as what treatment is given, how quickly the treatment is given, and how the patient's body responds to the treatment given. Mostly, the emphasis of treatment on stage 4 cancer patients is no longer focused on healing, but only in the form of palliative treatment (ie to minimize symptoms while improving the quality of life of patients).
However, considering that you did not explain in detail the type of cancer in question, of course we are not authorized to judge what heal hopes for. More precisely, you discuss your questions directly with a specialist oncology surgeon who treats patients ...
I hope this helps.