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My son has squamous cell carcinoma in his cecum that has spread to his liver. Apparenty there are 7 spots and it is on both sides what ever that means. We have been told it cant be cured. Is that true?

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Thank you very much for sharing your concerns about your son with us.

Squamous cell carcinoma of the colon is a rare disease, and as much as I would like to give you my opinion, I cannot because I have limited information at this time. Certainly, metastatic disease is a difficult disease. It cannot be cured. Regarding possible treatments, I would suggest a comprehensive second opinion to  explore whether there are any additional therapies that might be available.

Hope this helps. If you need further help with your son’s case, I suggest you schedule a call or request more help from one of Cancerdocs oncologists.

Keep up the hope

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