In our Anal cancer social media platform, you can share your feelings and experiences with other community members either publicly or privately by sending a direct message.
Share what are your concerns and what to do you want to learn from others experiences in our Anal Cancer support community. As a caregiver, you can ask for help and tips to provide a good care to your family member who is having anal cancer. Our forum members will try their level best to support and guide you in your journey as a fighter, a survivor, or a caregiver.
Also, you can find authentic information in our anal cancer articles where we explain what are its risk factors, symptoms, staging, and various treatment options available.
Join a cancer support group can help you to cope up with your anxiety and stress. You can talk with other people who can understand what you are going through as they also have been in similar situations.
Anal cancer is a type of cancer in which malignant cells are formed in the anus region. The anus is the opening where the gastrointestinal tract ends and exits the body and it is below the rectum.
According to American Cancer Society, this year, an estimated 8,300 adults (2,770 men and 5,530) women in the United States and 1500 adults in the UK will be diagnosed with anal cancer.
Types of Anal Cancer:
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