My cancer is Gallbladder Cancer some symptoms are abdominal pain, feeling or being sick, jaundice, gallbladder enlargements, a few others are loss of appetite (anorexia), loss of weight without dieting, and a swollen abdomen (tummy).
The survival rates for gallbladder cancer. The survival rates are for a five year period. For Stage 0 you have a 80% rate to survive. For Stage I you have a 50% rate to survive. For Stage ll you have a 28% rate to survive. For Stage IIIA you have a 8% rate to survive. For Stage IIIB you have a 7% rate to survive. For Stage IVA you have a 4% rate to survive. For Stage IVB you have a 2% rate to survive. Remission is when a temporary or
The treatment for gallbladder cancer is surgery, Chemotherapy and Radiation. In Chemotherapy a.k.a (chemo) has been found to be of limited use against gallbladder cancer, but newer drugs and combinations of drugs are now being tested. In Radiation researchers are looking at new ways of increasing the effectiveness of radiation therapy. In surgery they remove it.