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I was referred here from staging (pathology). Important to include a bit about staging non-malignant conditions, such as autoimmune disease. Staging does not only apply to cancer. People redirected here when their doctor talks about staging may be misled into thinking they have cancer. Medgeek (talk) 05:26, 18 November 2012 (UTC)
I withdraw my remark Mikebar 08:00, 3 June 2007 (UTC)
The TNM system is currently listed twice - should probably be consolidated Mikebar 07:42, 3 June 2007 (UTC)
hello my name is .... I do not have cancer at this time but I did have melanoma cancer 3 years ago.I was staged at level 3-4. But I am not writing today about me. My mother,had a chest x-ray about 4 weeks ago, and they saw a mass in one of her lungs. They then did a bronch test and it came out negative. Our Doctor thank god choose to do a PET scan which lit the mass up in her lung. She is set to have a CT Biopsy this coming up Wednesday. Yesterday, since I work in the Radiology Department, I had one of the Radiologist set down with me and we looked over X-ray in my mothers file. The tummor is about the size of a golfball and it looks bad, Even tho I know that nothing is in postive till we get the path report back from the biopsy. Anyway we are now starting now the path of being a cancer survior for my mother. I would like to have support so please write me.
Remission vs. visible eliminated?
“a cancer may also be designated as recurrent, meaning that it has appeared again after being ❶in remission or after ❷all visible tumor has been eliminated”
What's the difference between the ❶ and the ❷? — Preceding unsigned comment added by Gaborgulya (talk • contribs) 07:20, 22 August 2013 (UTC)