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doubt about it -either following resection/chemotherapy, etc. or following other treatments, etc. Yes, often secondary tumo(u)rs (i.e. diff. organs, spread, etc.) are also called metastasis -collect. metastases.
"second primary tumour" is my word to describe what I'm talking about. The drug an anticancer agent that is also potentially carcinogenic. So after you have successfully treated the cancer, there is a chance that down the line a different cancer will develop.
How is it possible to have "a second primary tumo(u)r"... "εξαιτίας της θεραπείας"? If you'd like to give more of your text (i.e. the sentences which refer to "a second primary tumour" -as you state-, I'd be more than happy to respond.