Chemotherapy: Open Access

Chemotherapy: Open Access
Open Access

ISSN: 2167-7700

Seyed Matin Malakouti

Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Tabriz, Tabriz, Iran

  • Short Communication   
    Prostate Cancer Recognition: Using the Random Forest Technique and Other Ml Techniques
    Author(s): Seyed Matin Malakouti*

    The exact etiology of prostate cancer is unknown. Prostate cells alter their DNA, which is how doctors know prostate cancer starts. The instructions that inform a cell what to do are encoded in its DNA. The adjustments instruct the cells to multiply and develop faster than usual. In the U.S., 98% of men with prostate cancer survive five years after diagnosis. The survival rate after ten years is similarly 98%. Prostate cancer is only detected in the prostate and adjacent organs in around 84% of cases. The local or regional level is what is being discussed here. Many men may pass away from other illnesses before prostate cancer becomes a serious concern because of its sluggish growth. However, many prostate cancers are more dangerous and may extend beyond the prostate gland because they are more aggressive. They were considering the importance of prostate cancer, in this ar.. Read More»
    DOI: 10.35248/ 2167-7700.22.10.170

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