Stage III lung cancer is cancer that has progressed to the point that the tumor is difficult or impossible to remove through surgery, according to the American Society of Clinical Oncology. The tumor may have spread to a... More »

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The symptoms of stage 3B lung cancer include a persistent cough, a change in a smoker's cough, trouble breathing, shortness of breath, pain in the chest area, a wheezing sound when breathing, hoarseness of voice, headach... More »

In stage IV lung cancer, the disease spreads to another part of the body, according to CancerCare. This stage includes growth of cancer cells in another lung or areas around the lungs or other organs in the body. Stage I... More »

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Treatment for aggressive nonmuscle-invasive bladder cancer includes surgical removal of the tumor through transurethral bladder tumor resection, or TURBT, followed by immunotherapy, states the American Society of Clinica... More »

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Stage 4 is the final stage of most cancers that have spread to other areas of the body, states the American Society of Clinical Oncology. Cancer stages are usually determined by the size, growth and spread of the cancer. More »

The different stages of cancer are stages zero, 1, 2, 3 and 4, according to the American Society of Clinical Oncology. However, most cancers only have the latter four stages, and doctors determine the cancer stage using ... More »

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Credible online sources for factual cancer articles include the official websites of the National Cancer Institute (NCI), American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) and American Cancer Society. NCI functions as the pri... More »

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