Why is cancer so dangerous?
The cancer cells will stay fixed in their area in stage one. In
stage two, they will start spreading, to other parts of the body.
In stage three, it will spread to muscles, in which the muscle
cells will start failing. Stage four is the deadliest and
inescapable. In it, organs, such as hearts, livers, lungs, stomach,
and kidneys will start failing, which means death for the person
with cancer. Cancer is similar to how weeds gradually destroy a
garden. The weeds take up space and nutrients, killing healthy
plants, and there is always the possibility of it coming back.