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most anal cancers (80) are diagnosed in people who are over age 60. However, after age 50, anal cancer is slightly more common in women. The outlook for anal cancer depends on how advanced the condition is when its diagnosed. Compared with many other types of cancer, the outlook for anal cancer is generally better because treatment is often very effective. Anal cancer is a cancer that affects the tissues of the anus. Squamous cells are a type of cell that line the surface of the anal canal. Some anal cancers are adenocarcinomas of the anus, a cancer of the cells that make the mucus that helps the stools (faeces) move smoothly out of the anus. Anal cancer is cancer that arises in the anus, the end of the intestinal tract where stool (feces) exits the body. The cancer can begin either in the lining of the anus or in the skin surrounding the anus. Anal cancer is different from colon or rectal cancer, which arises in the other parts of the large intestine. Risk factors for developing anal cancer include infection with certain types of. Anal cancer is an insidious and growing concern among people living with hiv, especially among gay and bisexual men. Symptoms can start out subtly at first, often with itching around the anus, much like the itching one might associate with hemorrhoids.