Cancer of an Unknown Primary Site (CUPS)


Cancer of an unknown primary site (CUPS) is a metastatic tumor with no obvious source. It is detected by a biopsy that shows cancer from a part of the body that does not produce that type of malignancy, and no site of origin is identified despite a thorough physical examination, blood tests,…

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