Signet Cell Cancer​

Signet Cell Cancer

Clinical trials are currently accepting participants diagnosed with Signet Cell Cancer.

Signet cell cancer, also known as signet ring cell cancer, is a rare form of cancer that originates in glandular cells, a type of epithelial cell. This name is derived from the cells' appearance under a microscope, resembling traditional signet rings. While it most commonly occurs in the stomach, signet cell cancer can also develop in other parts of the body, including the breast, the bowel, the pancreas, the bladder and the lung.

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