Adenocarcinoma Of Unknown Primary: Disease Bioinformatics
Adenocarcinoma of Unknown Primary accounts for 70% of all Cancers of Unknown Primary (CUPs). A cancer is called a CUP when the origin of the cancer is unknown and the spread of the cancerous cells is discovered. Adenocarcinoma of Unknown Primary is a specific type of CUP that affects tissues anywhere in the body but most often in the pancreas, lung, or kidney. The risk of adenocarcinoma increases with age.
Adenocarcinoma Of Unknown Primary Bioinformatics Tool
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