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The chance of this being cancer is very less.
Less than 10 percent.
Even if there is cancer found in the polyp there is a great possibility that it will either be a precancer, or carcinoma in situ or microinvasive cancer in which case usually only removal of the polyp is all that we do.
So I would not worry too much if I were you.
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I would also like to add that the size of the polyp is also something that matters a lot.
Most polyps (approximately 90%) are small, usually less than 1 cm in diameter, and have a small potential for malignancy. The remaining 10% of adenomas are larger than 1 cm and approach a 10% chance of containing invasive cancer
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thank you for your prompt answer .the size of the polyp was 15 mm.you have greatly reassured me but but what happens about he lare hiatus hernia .can that be repaired as i think this has a lot to do with my discomfort and mobility