Anal Cancer Complications

About 70% of patients with anal cancer are effectively treated with non-surgical treatment, and known no complications. However, in some patients, the tumor persists even after radiotherapy and chemotherapy, and spread from its primary site into other parts of the body; this condition is called metastatic anal cancer. Metastatic anal cancer is rare, but possible; the cancer can spread to your liver and the lungs, and become life threatening. In general, if you have anal cancer your five-year survival rate is very low.


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