So where's the improvement in the response--not saying you aren't right, but so far I can't see it.
Where did you get primary tumor on an organ? Melanomas occur on skin and mucus membranes but they aren't primary on organs. And I can assure you right now that no matter how many tests and labs and whatever a doctor could do on a patient, there would be no way the doctor could guarantee 100% that there was no cancer anywhere in that patient's body.
I was talking about a metastatic lesion on an organ,not a primary tumor which doesn't happen. There are ways of checking for certain cancers like leukemia, lymphoma, and markers for certain cancers like colon cancer. What I'm saying is that even if you had all the tests that might possibly pick up a cancer, a doctor couldn't tell you that it was 100% certain you didn't have a small cancer somewhere that couldn't as yet be detected.
I meant they aren't precancerous themselves. Yes, we're talking about a large cluster occurring at the same time. You don't have that