Opinion Article - Journal of Clinical Oncology and Cancer Research (2022) Volume 5, Issue 6
Risk study utilising Medicare claims data: Initial and recurrent thromboembolic disease rates in individuals with and without cancer.
Malignant cell formation usually occurs without symptoms until the tumour has grown significantly. When they occur, the location, size, and kind of the malignancy all affect the signs and symptoms that manifest. It can be challenging to identify or misdiagnose because it is typically extremely widespread and can be linked to other illnesses or disorders. Author(s): Choi Sasha