the active cancer code is used for as long as the neoplasm is being treated. For some conditions such as breast cancer that is treated long term with tamoxifen, then yes you continue to use an active cancer code since that is a drug that treats cancer cells. Once there is no evidence of disease and there is no active treatment then the cancer is history. Coding clinic M-J 1987 (I think that is the right year)
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