Lead – Every cancer is unique. We’re redefining diagnosis and treatment options to help make the patient experience more personal.

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  1. List with Cancer of Unknown Primary, also known as CUP, doctors can’t identify the original (primary) tumour, and they only find metastases. Any cancer diagnosis can be emotionally traumatic, but it’s particularly difficult to hear “we don’t know where your cancer is coming from.”

  2. List It creates practical problems, too. Traditional treatment approaches rely on the site of cancer origin being known, but between 2.3 to 5 percent of cancer diagnoses worldwide are Cancer of Unknown Primary. Most patients are treated with nonspecific chemotherapy; prognosis remains poor and the median survival following diagnosis is just six to 12 months.

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