The five stages of laryngeal cancer indicate the evolution of the disease at various points in time. Stage 0 is diagnosed when abnormal, potentially cancerous cells have been found in the lining of the larynx. If the disease advances, the second stage occurs, when the presence of cancer is strictly limited to the larynx.
Subsequently, in the third and last stages, cancerous cells spread to and within adjacent regions of the larynx, being able to eventually affect the lungs or the liver and cause severe damage.
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