What is the survival time after radiotherapy for colon cancer? How to treat prolongation

Colon cancer is a common malignant tumor of the digestive tract, which has a great impact on patients’ health and life. Its treatment methods include surgery, radiotherapy, chemotherapy and other methods. Radiotherapy is one of the important methods in the treatment of colon cancer, but the survival period and treatment effect after radiotherapy vary depending on individual differences. How long is the survival period after radiotherapy for colon cancer? How to extend the treatment

Generally speaking, radiotherapy is an important method in the treatment of colon cancer, which can effectively shrink tumors, relieve symptoms, and improve patients’ quality of life. However, radiotherapy cannot completely cure colon cancer, so patient survival is also affected by other factors.

In early-stage colon cancer, radiotherapy can effectively control the growth and spread of tumors and improve patient survival rates. According to clinical data, the five-year survival rate of patients with early-stage colon cancer can reach more than 90% after receiving radiotherapy.

For patients with intermediate and advanced colon cancer, radiotherapy can relieve symptoms, reduce pain, and improve quality of life. However, radiotherapy cannot completely cure the tumor, so the patient’s survival period will also be affected by other factors, such as the malignancy of the tumor and metastasis.

After receiving radiotherapy, the patient’s survival period is also affected by other factors, such as the patient’s age, physical condition, mental state, etc. Therefore, while receiving treatment, patients also need to actively adjust their lifestyle and maintain a good mentality and mood to improve their immunity and quality of life.

In clinical practice, radiotherapy is often used in combination with systemic chemotherapy, which can more comprehensively suppress and kill cancer cells, control the progression of the disease, and prolong the patient’s life. However, chemotherapy can also be accompanied by a series of side effects and damage the body, so you must choose carefully. In response to the side effects of radiotherapy, many patients will seek treatment with traditional Chinese medicine. By reducing the side effects, enhancing the patient’s immune function, inhibiting tumor cells, and enhancing the body’s sensitivity to radiation, it can increase effectiveness and reduce toxicity, making the treatment smooth. Completed, further extending the patient’s life. For patients who cannot tolerate the side effects of radiotherapy, conservative treatment with traditional Chinese medicine can be used to comprehensively regulate the body’s internal environment, strengthen the body’s internal environment, regulate qi and activate blood stasis, improve vitality and fight cancer at the same time, control the development of the disease, alleviate clinical symptoms, and improve the quality of life. Extend survival time.

Traditional Chinese medicine adheres to the “people-oriented” treatment method, pays attention to the patient’s quality of life, and highlights the harmonious treatment concept. It has been recognized by more and more people and should be incorporated into the treatment plan in a timely manner. As the eighth generation descendant of the Yuan family of traditional Chinese medicine in the Central Plains, Yuan Xifu, a traditional Chinese medicine oncology expert, has thoroughly studied classic medical works such as the Huangdi Neijing, Shennong’s Materia Medica, and Treatise on Febrile Diseases, combined with more than 40 years of clinical practice. Practical experience has been summarized as the “triple balance” anti-cancer theory. In clinical cases, by grasping the key pathogenesis of cancer “deficiency, blood stasis, and poison” and taking all aspects into consideration, we can strengthen the patient’s vitality, regulate qi, blood, yin and yang, and organ functions, and reestablish the balance of yin and yang inside and outside the body to help patients successfully survive the five years. The annual peak period of recurrence and metastasis.

In summary, survival after radiotherapy for colon cancer is a complex issue that is affected by multiple factors. Patients need to undergo treatment under the guidance of a doctor and maintain a positive attitude and good living habits to obtain better treatment effects and quality of life.