Top 10 Most Dangerous Non-curable Cancer

In reality, all of us have cancer cells.

However, when these cells grow and multiply rapidly and in an unmitigated manner, it starts to be harmful to the body. It slowly eats up healthy cells and may even migrate to other areas of the body where they continue to grow and multiply unceasingly. In recent years, continuous research and experimentation in the field of medicine have made significant progress in the fight against cancer. While none of the new modes of treatment offer 100% survival rates from cancer, it is undeniable that a lot of cancer survivors have these new forms of medication to thank for their second lease on life.

Nevertheless, some cancers are much more dangerous than other types of cancer. This list dishes to you the top 10 most dangerous and fatal types of cancer that are very difficult to cure.

10. Oral Cancer

Oral cancer or mouth cancer is a type of cancer that grows in the oral cavity. It affect the neck and head too aside from the mouth. This cancer is caused by excessive alcohol and tobacco use. It usually starts with mouth and tongue lesions and that actually worsen over time. Betel nut chewing is also blamed to be the cause of this type of cancer – which is fairly common in India, parts of Asia, and Latin America.

9. Laryngeal Cancer

This type of cancer starts in the larynx and quickly spreads to nearby areas such as the glottal area and nearby lymph nodes. This type of cancer is very difficult to cure because it spreads very easily. Symptoms include hoarseness, a lump to the throat, frequent earaches, persistent cough, bad breath, and difficulty in swallowing. It also commonly spreads to the lungs once distant metastasis has occurred.

8. Leukemia

Leukemia is a common type of cancer that attacks the body’s healthy red blood cells. Since it usually affects the blood and directly affects blood circulation and the blood stream, it is very dangerous because the patient might develop sepsis – wherein the patient’s blood starts attacking the body’s vital organs, causing death. Leukemia is most often found among young people and the elderly.

7. Ovarian Cancer

This cancer is very difficult to cure because symptoms only manifest when the cancer has already far advanced and already in its late stage. The symptoms are also quite common and nonspecific, causing the patient to just ignore the symptoms until they become much worse. This type of cancer is also very commonly misdiagnosed – hence further delaying proper care and treatment.

6. Brain Cancer

Young people are usually afflicted with this type of cancer more than their middle-aged or elderly counterparts. This type of cancer is very difficult to cure especially if it grown in a very sensitive area of the brain. There are also certain areas in the brain that chemotherapy fails to reach and that al alternative treatment – which is radiation – also causes ill effects to the body as it also kills healthy nerves and cells.

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