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how long can someone with stage 4 intraoral squamous cell cancer survive

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Dr. Ed Friedlander
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Get it treated now: Every day that a cancer is neglected makes it more difficult to treat. If you have pressing business, you may wait a few weeks.
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Dr. Hassan Arshad
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Hard to answer: This is hard to answer because of limited info. There is no head and neck cancer that is referred to as "end stage." also, it's unclear what you mean ... Read More
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Dr. Gurmukh Singh
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Varies with type: In the case of squamous cell cancer of the skin, it may take months or longer, whereas squamous cell cancer of the lung may have already spread to lym ... Read More
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Dr. Carlo Contreras
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Low: If the squamous cell cancer is truly on the skin of your face, then the risk is low for small lesions. If the squamous cell cancer is on the lining o ... Read More
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Dr. Michael Sokol
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Yes: Yes. I recommend being followed by a colo-rectal surgeon who could refer you to other physicians if necessary.
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Dr. Jeffrey Kass
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Why not?: They are qualified....
A 36-year-old member asked:
Dr. Richard Bensinger
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Many cases: Squamous cancer is a skin and epithelial malignancy with metastatic potential. It is associated with sun exposure, the edges of burns, and smoking. ... Read More
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Dr. Myron Arlen
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Mets or not: A superficial squamous Ca of skin which can be resected and free of any nodal metastasis, the most common form of lesion does not entitle anyone to go ... Read More
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Dr. Ed Friedlander
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Lump or ulcer: Each is likely to be more firm than the surrounding tissue, and to penetrate deeply.
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Dr. Joseph Woods
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Very malignnt.: This is a kind of squamous cancer that is poorly organized, or has no resemblance to what squamous lining should look like. It follows that this is a ... Read More

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