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The short answer is, there are 4 stages of cancer. In general, stage I cancer is confined to a small area of the body, stage II is a larger cancer and may have started spreading to nearby lymph nodes, stage III may involve more nearby lymph nodes or tissues that are close by, and stage IV has spread ...

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The process of labor and birth is divided into three stages: The first stage begins with the onset of contractions that cause progressive changes in your cervix and ends when your cervix is fully dilated. This stage is divided into two phases: early (or latent) and active labor. During early labor ...
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What are four major geographical features in romania

Dobruja is the easternmost region, extending from the northward course of the Danube to the shores of the Black Sea. Moldavia stretches from the Eastern Carpathians to the Prut River on the Moldovan and Ukrainian border. Wallachia reaches south from the Transylvanian Alps to the Bulgarian ...