Stage 2 a colon cancer patient can live long and healthy life after complete treatment and cure?

Still good prognosis. Stage ii still confined to wall of colon, most of the centers close 90% 5 yr survival rates along with chemo. Will have healthy normal life.
Yes. So, if they are "cured" then the colon cancer is not the limiting factor in life expectancy. Most stage 2 colon cancers are treated with surgery only. Some "high risk" receive chemo as well. The cure rate for stage 1 and 2 colon cancer is high.

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Stage 2 a colon cancer patient can live long and healthy life after complete treatment and cure?

Still good prognosis. Stage ii still confined to wall of colon, most of the centers close 90% 5 yr survival rates along with chemo. Will have healthy normal life.
Yes, absolutely. The majority of stage 2 colon cancer patients are cured with the surgery alone. A smaller group of stage 2 colon cancers have already spread, but are not evident in the specimen or during the imaging. So the answer to your question is yes, they can, but close follow up is a must.

Can colon cancer patient whom going through chemotherapy now taking Liqua Health Spirulina? Does this products helps to provide nutrients to the patie

Yes and no. The nutrient that this dietary supplement provides is protein. It is dessicated blue-green algae. You don't need only protein but also a well balanced diet including carbs and fats and vitamins and minerals. There are numerous dietary supplements which have a balanced mix of all of your dietary needs. You would do better with those than just a protein supplement.

Colon cancer patient. Cea rising on irinotecan. It was started in oct when CEA was 8. Dec cea-9, jan CEA 10. Is this treatment failure?

Not necessarily. Chemotherapy can cause the CEA to rise when started. In addition, that is not a significant rise to make me concerned. Also, one wants to see a trend. Meaning, 8, 10, 15, 20 before one thinks failure. In addition, don't treat a number, treat what can be seen on the CT scan. Hope this helps.

Is a single liver met and 1 aortocaval node difficult to treat in colon cancer patient?

No. The approach to solitary lesions and in this case 2 discrete sites of possible spread should be handled by resection. Depending on the pathology, the resections should be followed by chemotherapy. This is more effective then just relying on an upfront chemo approach.

2 new nodules on a CT report on a colon cancer patient, why are not measurements stated?

Complicated. Measurement of lesions at CT is not a trivial task. Measurement in the axial plane in two dimensions may not reflect the volume of the lesion. The measurement is affected by slice thickness and window and level settings. RECIST 1.1 is a standard for tumor measurement, but it seems outdated with modern CT. Development of new lung lesions in high risk colon ca is bad, size willnot affect therapy.