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How Long Do You Live After Treatment Of Oral Cancer
Cancer is a group of diseases that is characterized by uncontrolled cell growth leading to invasion of surrounding tissues that spread to other parts of the body. Cancer can begin anywhere in the body and is usually related to one or more genetic mutations that allow normal cells to become malignant by interfering with internal cellular control mechanisms, such as programmed cell death or by preventing ...Read more
Not long: True "heart cancer" is very rare. It is also called myocardial sarcoma. If it can be removed completely, it can be cured. However, it's often not possible to remove it, and in most cases it has already spread. It that's the case, it usually grows quickly. Chemotherapy is not helpful. Most people die within 6 months. I'm sorry to give you such bad news, but it's only fair for you to know. ...Read more
Up to 14 days: Average.Get a more detailed answer ›
Depends: Early breast cancer can be cured and that person would live the as long as they would normally have if they never had cancer. Patients with stage 4 have incurable disease but some can do well for years if properly treated. Not true for all, sadly. Some cancers are very aggressive and cause death quite fast. Depends on certain characteristics of the particular cancer. ...Read more
It depends on urine: If patient passes no urine at all, the longevity is very short (ie, days). If patient makes urine output, then it depends on 2 factors, the quality and quantity of urine output. The general range is few to several months. Your doctor is in better position to give you a better estimate. However, we only judge from previous precedents. Everyone's different. There is a higher power that decides death. ...Read more
Quite variable: Stage IV cancer generally means that the cancer has spread from its organ of origin to other organs. How long you have to live depends on where the cancer originated. For example, stage IV breast or colon cancer is much more easily treated than stage IV pancreatic or gallbladder cancer. So you need additional information to fully answer your question. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
How long does colon cancer take to develop from stage to stage? How long have you had it by the time you can see it?
A long time: Colon cancer is unusual in that it follows the "polyp-to-cancer" sequence. Colon cancer does NOT develop with a single genetic mistake from normal to full blown cancer like many others (breast, prostate). The process usually takes an average of 12 years. From stage to stage is probably a couple of years, The recent hullaballoo at the VA demonstrated that even a one year wait may not matter! ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
If someone got colon cancer and never got treatment of any sort, how long before they would show signs of being sick and how long would they live for?
A long time,,: This disease takes a while to develop like 20-30 years, unless it's associated with one of the polyp syndromes that cause it to appear much earlier. Usually it presents in the sixth decade of life (50-60) as fatigue and or change in bowel habits and abdominal discomfort. By this time it's usually advanced and 5 year survival is compromised. That's why colonoscopy is done for polyps at 50. ...Read more
No set time: Please stop!Get a more detailed answer ›
Colon cancer: The answer to that lies in the stage of the dusease when diagnosed. We measure in 5 year survival based on stage. Stage 1(confined to colon)-95+%,. Stage 2 ( thru colon wall but not inlymph nodes)-85%. Stage 3 ( in lymoh nodes)-50%. Stage 4 ( metastatic disease in liver or lungs ) - <5%. The jey is to find it early. Get screened. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Have citrobacter kerosi .How long should you wait for treatment of IV antibiotics. How long before threat of tissue damage from this bacteria?
Not too long: It really boils down to what is infected. If it's a a blood infection, then damage can occur pretty quickly as the bacteria starts to grow in the blood and gets deposited in areas such as the heart, lung, vertebrae, kidneys and other parts. Therefore, don't wait for long to treat this of infection. ...Read more
Hard to answer: A lot would depend if any residual kidney function exists, and the disease acuity. Dialysis is only one of the options available for kidney failure; but lately, a huge emphasis is being put on non-dialytic management of kidney failure. This is called maximal conservative care. Hence, you could still treat some complications of kidney failure medically, and possibly improve mortality. ...Read more
Why?: The answer depends on the type of tumor, stage at which it is present and whether there are metastases. Why wait to see how long you will live? Go get yourself examined properly. If it is early and still left untreated one can live for years or if advanced may only have survival in terms of months. Early diagnosis and treatment is best! ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Varies: Depends on the stage of the disease, the presence of metastases, and the overall condition of the patient. ...Read more
Can you have gastroparesis long term after treatment for testicular cancer with etoposide and cisplatin chemotherapy? What do you do for this if so?
It depends: Tumors come in many shapes, sizes and locations. They vary dramatically in their aggressiveness and speed of growth. Some can double in a few days, some will take years. A slow growing tumor in your leg might never cause death, a rapidly growing tumor in your brain could cause death in a few weeks. More information needed to give a useful answer. ...Read more
Mouth (Oral) Cancer (Definition)
Any cancer located in the mouth. Symptoms are variable but include a mass in the mouth, difficulty eating, and tongue problems. ...Read more
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