Appendix cancer

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Appendix cancer

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A four-inch pouch attached to the first part of the large intestine, known as cecum — is rare and affects about 1,000 people each year. This occurs as cells mutate–shift and grow out of control–creating a tumor in the appendix. Appendix cancer may not cause symptoms in the early stages, and is often mistaken for another disease during surgery. The treatment options depend on the tumor size, form and level, as well as the overall health of the patient. Larger tumors are more susceptible to aggressive treatment. This type of cancer can have better outcomes if limited to the appendix.

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