9. GIT cancer
All Tumors of the stomach, large and small intestines, pancreas, colon, liver, rectum, anus, and biliary system are classified as gastrointestinal (GI) cancers. When cells within side the belly start to develop out of control belly cancer additionally called gastric cancer, develops. Although many instances of GIT cancer cannot be entirely treated, chemotherapy, radiation, and surgery can help to reduce symptoms and improve quality of life. If surgery is possible, stomach cancer can be cured if all malignant tissue can be removed.
- Track 1-1 Adenocarcinoma
- Track 2-2 Targeted drug therapy
- Track 3-3 GI tumors
- Track 4-4 Lymphoma
- Track 5-5 Nuroendocrinetumors