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It was nearly a decade ago that Bothell resident Kay Leslie, 66, was diagnosed with state 4 colon cancer, an experience she said changed her life.
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Colorectal cancer is one of the most common and undiagnosed cancers. Knowing what to look for and when to get screened can make a monumental difference.
CONSULTANT gastroenterologist at the University Hospital of the West Indies , Dr Mike Mills, is appealing to Jamaicans to get screened for colon cancer, as this can save lives.
David Haupt is no stranger death and disease. He watched his three children die of cystic fibrosis.
There are some simple lifestyle changes that you can make that may help prevent colorectal cancer.
March marks Colon Cancer Awareness month, a national campaign to get adults thinking about the dangerous disease that commonly strikes after the age of 50. Each year, about 140,000 Americans are diagnosed with colon cancer, and more than 50,000 people will die from it.
The Kentucky Cancer Program asks everyone to Dress in Blue on Friday, March 7 as part of the sixth annual nationwide campaign to promote colon cancer screening.
Dorothy Kingma and Lyle Southam, colon cancer survivors and participants in the CHALLENGE clinical trial.
A unique trial at Queen's University could improve the survival rate of patients with colon cancer.
Northwestern Lake Forest Hospital and Northwestern Grayslake are providing free colorectal screening kits for community members to recognize Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month in March.
KETTERING UNIVERSITY IN FLINT. Devin: THE HUMAN BODY IS ONE AMAZING MACHINE, BUT WE OFTEN DON'T TAKE PROPER CARE OF OURSELVES.
One in three people who are between the ages of 50 and 75 are not, but a new Bay area study aims to change that.
If it has ever been a small, secret dream of yours to skip gaily through a giant replica of the cross-section of a colon, you are in luck.
The biggest step in prevention is that we're simply talking about it more. It can be an uncomfortable conversation talking about the colon, but it is necessary.
Once a week for four hours Rachel Allen is connected to a machine for life saving chemotherapy.
PKG: At age 47, Scott Straton of Ankenytells it like it is. THE IDEA OF THEM PUTTING A HOSE UP YOUR BEHIND AND THEM GOING IN THERE THAT'S NOT A PLEASANT THOUGHT WHAT SO EVER yes, getting a colonoscopy was NOT on this father of two's to-do list That is until his wife pulled him aside last summer.