Hypopharyngeal Cancer Stage Iv: Disease Bioinformatics
Hypopharyngeal cancer is cancer that begins in the hypopharynx, the lowest part of the throat where the larynx and esophagus meet. Risk factors for developing hypopharyngeal cancer include tobacco use, a poor diet, plummer-vinson syndrome, and excessive use of alcohol. There are four different stages of hypopharyngeal cancer that reflect variations in severity. Treatments for hypopharyngeal cancer include radiation therapy, chemotherapy, and surgery. Survival rates for a 5-year survival for this type of cancer are less than 50%. Stage IV hypopharyngeal cancer can be divided into stages IVA, IVB, and IBC and is considered the most aggressive form of this cancer. In this stage, the cancer has spread past the hypopharynx to distant organs, lymph nodes, tissues, and locations.
Hypopharyngeal Cancer Stage Iv Bioinformatics Tool
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