A primary cancer is where a cancer starts. Sometimes cancer cells can break away from the primary cancer and settle and grow in another part of the body. This new cancer growth is called secondary cancer.
Understanding more about what secondary liver cancer is, the possible symptoms and the treatment can help you know what to expect and to cope.
Find out about secondary lung cancer, the possible symptoms, treatment and about coping with it.
When a cancer has spread from where it started to the bones, it is called a secondary bone cancer. Find out more about the treatment you might have and how to cope with it.
Find out about what secondary brain cancer is, symptoms, treatments and how to cope.
Find out about carcinomatous meningitis and how it might be treated.
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