Nearly all types of cancers can develop into “metastatic tumors,” which refers to cancer cells that spread to other tissues throughout the body.
Metastasis occurs when cancer cells invade nearby healthy tissues through these six methods:
Although most cancers have the ability to spread to virtually any part of the body, these are the most common types of metastasized cancer…
Main sites of metastasis: Bone, lung, brain, and liver.
According to the National Breast Cancer Foundation, the symptoms of metastatic breast cancer vary as far as type and severity depending on the site of metastasis (spreading). However, warning signs include swelling, progressive pain, vision issues, nausea, seizures, mood changes, frequent bone fractures, continual migraines, skin rash and irritation, appetite loss, weight loss, chronic fatigue, and even jaundice.