Rare Cancers

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There is some cancer which is rarely found. According to the definition, rare cancers are identified as those with an incidence of less than 6 per 100,000 persons per year. Using this definition would help minimise the risk of mistaking a rare cancer such as testicular cancer, which is frequently cured and thus has a rather high prevalence, for a common cancer, or a frequent cancer such as small-cell lung cancer, which has a low life expectancy and thus a low prevalence, for a rare cancer. Some of the examples of rare cancer are: Actinic cell adenocarcinoma of the parotid gland, Cervix small cell, Children cancers and chordoma.

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