Zhang Shenji pointed out that Ms. Lin was suffering from stage 4 colorectal cancer, optimistic and active treatment, breaking through the 5-year survival period. (Photo by reporter Cai Shuyuan)
[Adroddiad Cai Shuyuan/Adroddiad Taichung]Ms Lin, aged 54, went to the doctor for abdominal pain and bloody stools more than 5 years ago. She was found to have stage 4 colorectal cancer and it had metastasized to the liver. recurrence and metastasis to the peritoneum caused an intestinal obstruction. The small intestine swelled like a large intestine. I was unable to defecate or eat, which caused an ammonia coma for a while. In April this year, I received intraperitoneal high pressure aerosol chemotherapy and immune cell therapy The cancer cells could not be seen, and the cancer index dropped. I was able to eat, excrete and live well. I was optimistic and treated actively, and successfully broke through 5 years of survival.
Zhang Shenji, director of the peritoneal tumor treatment center and director of colorectal surgery at the Affiliated Hospital of China Medical University, said that colorectal cancer ranks first among the top ten cancers in China, with about 15,000 cases. new each year, and 30% of are found to be in the late stage Colon and rectal cancer Ms Lin For stage 4 cancer, the 5 year survival rate is only 5% to 10%, and the survival rate average is 25 to 35 months. Ms. Lin is optimistic and actively cooperates with the treatment, and the survival period is more than 5 years.
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Zhang Shenji pointed out that colorectal cancer is more likely to occur in people over the age of 50, with an average age of around 67 years. Nowadays, the younger population is not only associated with a western diet, a high fat and high sugar diet. , many patients do not have a family history, and half of patients It is asymptomatic in the early stages, and it is not uncommon to have cancer in the 20s and 30s. It is thought that it may be linked to genes. at least one colonoscopy should be done if it is above 45 years old. The survival rate of early detection is more than 90%, and early treatment can be performed.
Zhang Shenji said that colorectal cancer is most likely to go to the liver, lung and peritoneum. Ms. Lin has encountered them. When she was diagnosed, the tumor in the sigmoid colon had metastasized. to the liver. The liver tumor was 10 cm in. The lesion was resected, but it recurred and metastasized to the lungs 2 years later After further treatment and surgery, I felt hunger and discomfort in the abdomen in October last year. The examination found that there was a recurrence, and the cancer cells had metastasized to multiple places in the peritoneum. The conventional intravenous chemotherapy did not work well.
After laparoscopic surgery, a high-pressure atomizer is used to inject nano-sized chemotherapy drugs into the peritoneum to kill tumor cells more uniformly and deeply. (Photo by reporter Cai Shuyuan)
Ms. Lin’s cancer cells metastasized in the peritoneum scattered, causing intestinal obstruction, unable to excrete or eat, the small intestine with a diameter of 1 or 2 cm swelled into a large intestine with a diameter of 5 cm Due to the long term inability to excrete feces, he was sent to the emergency department in an ammonia coma In April this year Receive intraperitoneal high-pressure aerosol chemotherapy, through laparoscopic surgery, use a high-pressure nebulizer to inject the chemotherapy drug nanometer into the peritoneum, so that the drug enter the peritoneal tissue more uniformly and deeply to kill cancer cells, relieve intestinal obstruction, peritoneal cancer cells that I can not see, I can finally eat and taste happiness.
Ms Lin said she knew she was seriously ill, but the doctor urged her not to be pessimistic. In order to watch her children grow up and accompany her elderly parents, she fought bravely against cancer, she thanked the team medical or family for their support, and he also called on patients to be optimistic and cooperate with the treatment This is the only way to fight cancer.
Ms. Lin’s cancer cells metastasized to the peritoneum causing an intestinal obstruction The small intestine swelled like the large intestine (marked on the left) After intraperitoneal hyperbaric aerosol chemotherapy and immune cell therapy, the small bowel swelling decreased and no cancer cells seen in the peritoneum (right). (Photo by reporter Cai Shuyuan)
Zhang Shenji pointed out that Ms. Lin’s cancer cells had metastasized to the peritoneum and caused intestinal obstruction. The small intestine was swollen like the large intestine (marked area), and she was unable to eat and defecate. (Photo by reporter Cai Shuyuan)
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