Sporadic cancer is the term used to describe cancers that develop in an individual as a result of chance as opposed to a strong inherited risk factor for developing cancer. Many factors influence the chance that a person will develop cancer in their lifetime, including overall health, environment, and genetics. In a sporadic cancer, it is likely...
cancer that has spread from its place of origin in an organ or body part to surrounding tissue in the same organ or body part or to immediately adjacent tissues or organs