Is it possible to get cancer free with chemotherapy? ~ Ofuran

Is it possible to get cancer free with chemotherapy?

Chemotherapy is one of the three most common methods of treating cancer. The remaining two are surgery and radiotherapy. These three methods can be done individually, as well as in a single way. Depending on the condition of the disease, the grade and stage of the cancer, the age of the patient, a number of conditions are taken to determine exactly which treatment to perform. Suppose a patient is given only chemotherapy. The question is, will he be released from cancer at all?

Being cancer free means that the cancer survivor is being told to fully recover or survive. Now, it is difficult to say for sure because the survival of a person with cancer depends on the numerology. Or the results of good cancer treatment are called statistics-based or figure-based. In the context of cancer release, doctors did not provide a direct answer to the cancer patients' survival rate. Said, 2, 5, 10-year survival rate of certain cancers or survival rate is a percentage. However, cancer release is generally expressed at 5-year survival rates.

It has been shown that the survival rate of patients with stage 1 cancer is 90-95%. This means that out of 100 people suffering from stage 1 cancer, 90 to 95 usually live for 3 years. On the other hand, 5 out of 100 people die but before 5 years have passed. On the other hand, the cancer survivors of stage 4 and stage 5 are 20%. This means that out of 100 patients in this stage, 20 survive more than 5 years, while the remaining 80 die before 5 years. This time it is difficult to say whether a particular patient will fall within that 20% or 80%. Because medical science is incomplete, cancer is just that.