What Is Cancer Pain?

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Quoted From: https://www.soundpainalliance.com/conditions/cancer-pain/

"This type of pain can be experienced different by each patient. Many people with cancer eventually experience pain due to their condition with 30% of patients undergoing cancer treatment complaining of pain, and up to 90% of patients with advanced cancer experience pain.
Pain caused by cancer can vary depending on where the pain is coming from. Pain can be experienced when a tumor presses on nerves, or if it expands inside a hollow organ. Lytic lesions from bone destruction can also commonly cause pain. In general it can be sharp and severe, or burning, or it can be a dull constant ache.
A diagnosis of cancer does not mean you have to suffer or be in debilitating pain."

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