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RašytiTemos pavadinimas: Most Aggressive Cancer   17/08/11, 05:52 pm

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In order to determine as to how aggressive a type of cancer is, the decisive factor always remains the stage at which the cancer had advanced. Stage VI cancers are the deadliest and have rarely any chances of recovery. The other aspects that may determine the potency of the cancer can be evaluated by the extend at which the cancer has spread to other parts of the body (Metastasizes) as well as the rate at which it is growing. This Buzzle article tries to evaluate as to which are the most aggressive cancer and what are its average survival expectancy durations.

All types of cancer if diagnosed late can be termed as aggressive once they reach the level when the only option left is stage 4 cancer prognosis, therefore all cancers are deadly. Though some happen to be clearly more deadlier as they leave very less time and options for carrying out quick treatment and subsequent cure. They reason being that some cancers show absolutely no indications or symptoms and they have the characteristic phenomenon of spreading rapidly. Therefore by the time the cancer is diagnose, it has already reached its critical stage.

Most Aggressive Forms of Cancer

Following are some of the most aggressive cancer type, based on their diagnosis and behavioral symptoms on patients.

Lung Cancer
Lung cancer is considered to be the most rampant and most aggressive cancer cancer with a very low life expectancy. This is because by the time the symptoms begin to be taken seriously by the patients the cancer, manages to spread in such a way that it becomes impossible to remove the affected areas from one localized area. The prognosis for Non-small cell lung carcinoma (NSCLC) is not hopeful. For stage IA the survival rate is 5 years which has a 67% chance. With stage IB the survival rate for 5 year rate falls to 57% as for stage IV the chances are only 1%. Read more about the early symptoms of lung cancer here.

Glioblastoma Multiforme
This is the most aggressive form of brain tumor wherein it affects mostly males though the reason is unspecific. When this reaches the stage 4 brain cancer level, the median survival rate is about 12 months because it is very difficult to cure. The reason being that the tumor cells do not respond to conventional therapies and display heavy resistance. Also because the brain becomes too weak to withstand the trauma of conventional therapy and becomes vulnerable to damage. Also the medications available hardly ever manage to reach and act upon the tumor because of its complex system. Also the chances of relapse or reoccurence of the tumor are high.

Malignant Heart Tumors
This cancer has symptoms that are similar to other heart disease, and therefore it is often allowed to persist which aggravates the disease. The symptoms include chest ache and tightness while lying down and breathing, palpitations as well as fast heart rates. Though doctors claim that smoking as well as exposure to toxins is the main cause of this disease, though some are genetically transferred. Almost no one survives this cancer once it reaches stage IV. Learn more about stage 4 cancer survival rate here.

Pancreatic Cancer
This type of cancer is by far the most difficult to detect until the pancreatic cancer has already reached its advanced stage. It is the one of the main causes of death among men and men, because the prognosis is very poor. This disease does not show any symptoms as and when the cancer is growing. According to a 2010 estimate, more than 43,000 people were diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in the USA itself, with 36,800 confirmed deaths. The estimate also discloses that only 5% of the diagnosed manage to live, though their life expectancy is of only 5 years since the diagnosis. Also complete remission is considered rare and unlikely.

The fact remains that it is extremely difficult to identify the most aggressive cancer types into categories. People who have lived through cancer are the only ones who know how it feels like. None the less it takes a lot of willpower and prayers to survive this journey. Those who do survive get the opportunity to begin their lives afresh and in a much more positive way.
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