Types Of Cancer
Neoplasm is the first place of cause of death in women in Mexico. The clinical stage in which it is detected as well as the subtype to which it belongs will define the treatment options.
Neoplasm is the first place of mortality in the world. Treatment depends on histology, clinical stage, and mutational determinations. Immunotherapy has expanded treatment options for patients with advanced lung cancer.
Unfortunately, early stage gastric cancer rarely causes symptoms, which is why most are detected locally or in advanced stages.
Fourth cause of death related to malignancy in western countries. Individualized treatment options based on clinical stage and functional state of the patient.
4th most frequent cancer in Mexico. Its prognosis and treatment is directly related to the clinical stage in which it is detected as well as to mutational determinations in advanced stages.
Rare. It represents approximately 1 to 2% of gastrointestinal cancers. Anal cancer arises from the skin cells that surround the opening of the anus or in the anal canal.
Second most frequent cancer in Mexico. Preventable cancer model. Associated with HPV infection. Prognosis related to clinical stage at diagnosis. Prevention important.
Silent and deadly ovarian cancer. Second most frequent gynecological cancer. Individualized treatment.
Various treatment options depending on clinical stage and hormonal sensitivity.
Thyroid cancer is the most common endocrine neoplasm and usually has a benevolent behavior, but it can also manifest as a consistently lethal neoplasm depending on the histology and clinical stage.
In Mexico, approximately 4 thousand new cases of kidney cancer are detected each year and approximately 50% of them are detected in advanced stages.
Soft tissue sarcomas form a whole series of tumor types. Some grow slowly and insidiously, others grow fast and aggressive. There are more than 137 types of sarcoma. The most frequent are liposarcoma, leiomyosarcoma, and synovial sarcoma.
Bladder cancer is the fourth most common cancer in the Mexican population and is four times more frequent in males than females. Individualized treatment.
Malignant tumor derived from melanocytes, the cells that produce pigment (melanin) to the skin. It is a tumor that usually develops on the skin.
Squamous cell carcinoma that originates from the mucosa covering the head and neck area, mainly the mouth, oropharynx, and larynx. Variable prognostic and therapeutic neoplasms that depend on the site of origin of the tumor.