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Stages of cancer and why should I care?

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Vince stimulated by desire to write about  “Staging”

The “Stages of Cancer” are ambiguous and not uniformly measurable.

Cancer stage grouping

Doctors combine the T,N,M results to determine the stage of cancer for each person. Most cancers have four stages: stages I (one) to IV (four). Some cancers also have a stage 0 (zero).

Stage 0. This stage describes cancer in situ, which means “in place.” Stage 0 cancers are still located in the place they started and have not spread to nearby tissues. This stage of cancer is often highly curable, usually by removing the entire tumor with surgery.

Stage I. This stage is usually a small cancer or tumor that has not grown deeply into nearby tissues. It also has not spread to the lymph nodes or other parts of the body. It is often called early-stage cancer.

Stage II and III. These stages indicate larger cancers or tumors that have grown more deeply into nearby tissue. They may have also spread to lymph nodes but not to other parts of the body.

Stage IV. This stage means that the cancer has spread to other organs or parts of the body. It may also be called advanced or metastatic cancer.

Doctors may use this resource for “guidance:

https://cancerstaging.org/references-tools/Pages/What-is-Cancer-Staging.aspx

Here is my opinion on this

Doctor Kelley would tell people:

Only do surgery if the tumor is life threatening (for instance; causing you not to be able to breathe, swallow or is pressing on blood flow to the point of danger)

Follow the program and the enzymes will digest cancer, and you will recover, it takes between six months and eighteen months in most cases.

Diet and Lifestyle choices are responsible for the growing epidemic of disease in the “developed” countries.

 

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