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Hey Guys;

Well, I have some coursework due in in about 3 weeks and am having trouble grading and staging these images for cancer... (Slide A = Healthy and Slide B is the cancerous tissue)

Can someone please tell me and explain why they think it is the stage it is please?
I know the answer is stage 3/4 (purely because it was said in the practical) but, I don't know how to stage and grade cancer...

Any and all help is greatly appreciated.

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H&E = Haemotoxylin and Eosin
AB/vG = alcian blue/van Gieson

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Stage 4 means metastatic cancer. It means the cancer has spread to distant sites so you need to have a body scan for this.

I don't think anyone will be able to help more.
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Stage 4 means metastatic cancer. It means the cancer has spread to distant sites so you need to have a body scan for this.

I don't think anyone will be able to help more.
What do you mean by no one will be able to help anymore?

Also, could you possibly help me in my coursework (help me compare and contrast the images from slides A and B please)?

Not asking for direct help but, maybe show me which cells have shown significant differentiation between slides A and B please?
Note: I did not get the slide photos myself, the lecturer chose the best slides and put together the best ones from the class.
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