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Can cancer spread after operation?

A person who was infected from cancer disease in 2007 The effected part was below part of knee ,a doctor remove his leg to prevent from spreading of viruses.he was suffering from the problem of Malignant tumor .Is there any possibility to spread viruses in other parts of his body in future?
Asked On : Sun, 21 Feb 2010
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  Anonymous's Response

Mallignant tumour spreads through by means of local spread,  blood  borne spread and or by lymphatic spread.. If the surgery and the removal is performed before spread, then metastasis prevented. But in an more advanced form of the conditon, when metastasis has already occured before surgical removal, the chances are high and cause spread of malignancy...

Answered: Mon, 22 Feb 2010
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