Stage I: Cancer is localized to a small area and hasn't spread to lymph nodes or further tissues. Stage II: Cancer has developed, but it hasn't spread. Stage III: Cancer has grown larger and has probably spread to lymph nodes or other tissues. Stage IV: Cancer has spread to additional organs or areas of your body. Some stage 3 cancers can be cured, they are further likely to come back after going away. Stage 4 cancer typically can't be cured. In addition, because it's usually spread all the way through of the body by the time it's Diagnosed, it is unlikely the cancer can be completely removed. The goal of treatment is to prolong survival and increase your quality of life.
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