If caught early, anal cancer is highly treatable - with high survival rates. of all anal cancers are diagnosed before the malignancy has spread.
Sometimes, people with anal cancer do not have any of these changes. If you are concerned about any changes you experience, please talk with your doctor.
Receptive anal intercourse - both men and women who receive anal intercourse have a higher risk of developing anal cancer. HIV-positive. Urinary Tract Infection UTI. Or choose a specific subject. Other sources: Mayo Clinic, NHS UKNational Institutes of Health MLA Nordqvist, Christian. Normally cells multiply and die in. Gastrointestinal Stromal Tumor - GIST. The majority of anal cancers develop from these squamous cells. Eye Melanoma Ocular Melanoma.