Carcinoma of Unknown Primary

When cancer is found in one or more metastatic sites but the primary site is not known, it is called a cancer of unknown primary (CUP) or an occult primary cancer.
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CUP is a metastatic cancer that has been diagnosed by a biopsy but the primary location, or the place where the cancer started, cannot be identified.
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