What are the most deadliest cancers out there?

Question by Camerron: What are the most deadliest cancers out there?
Does esophageal cancer have very low survival rate like pancreatic cancer?

Best answer:

Answer by Suresh Kumar
Brain cancer

What do you think? Answer below!

3 Comments
  1. Reply
    DFTBA May 8, 2013 at 9:59 pm

    Brain cancer is highly deadly… and has the tendency to metastasize (spread) to various parts of the body. Lung cancer is also deadly with a 15% survival rate overall. Keep in mind the greater the stage the cancer is, the harder it is to fight it. As for esophageal cancer it depends… if it’s caught early, than there is a greater survival rate. If not caught early, it’s difficult to beat. The further advanced the cancer progresses (even with treatment) the less options there are. I hope all is well 🙂

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    april May 8, 2013 at 10:34 pm

    Actually a couple of the deadliest cancers are, glioblastoma multiforme, lung cancer and pancreatic cancer.

    Brain cancer doesn’t metastasize outside the brain unless it started in the brain stem; then it can go to your spinal cord.

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    Denisedds May 8, 2013 at 11:23 pm

    Esophageal cancer survival rate is not as low as pancreatic cancer, but it is close 90% of people diagnosed with it die. I guess the most lethal are the ones we cannot cure, but with most of those we can treat them and prolong life longer than most patients with pancreatic or esophageal cancer.

    Brain cancer DOES NOT have “tendency to metastasize (spread) to various parts of the body”. I have never seen one that has.

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