Cancer Prostate Stage M
Stage M Prostate Cancer Features:
- Stage M determines whether the cancer has spread, or metastasized, to distant areas of the body.
- It has groups of M0 through M1c, depending on the degree of spread:
- M0: no distant spread
- M1: distant metastases (area not specified)
- M1a: metastases to distant lymph nodes
- M1b: metastases to bones
- M1c: metastases to other organs
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