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Cancer Detection by Site

  • International Union against Cancer. Commission on Cancer Control. Cancer Detection Committee
Conference paper
Part of the UICC Monograph Series book series (UICC, volume 4)

Abstract

Cancer of the buccal cavity is not one of the most frequent cancers, nevertheless, it represents a serious problem when, in spite of its accessibility, diagnosis is made in the advanced stages of its evolution. Its frequency varies from one country to another and, within the same country, there are often areas with a higher incidence. Generally between 2% and 10% of all cancers are localized in the mouth (tongue, floor of the mouth, gums, cheek, soft and hard palate, anterior pillars and mucosa of the lip).

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Lung Cancer Thyroid Gland Cancer Detection Stomach Cancer Testicular Tumour 
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