Cancer is life-threatening when cells metastasize
Added: 10/01/2006The term metastasize has a Greek origin. It is translated as "the change of the state" from Greek. In medicine, the term signifies cancer spreading to other parts of body, such as liver, brain and others. The process of metastasize is the following. Cancer cells come off the primary tumor, get into blood and lymphatic vessels, circulate in the blood and grow somewhere else in the body.
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