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It was Stage IV colon cancer that had spread to her left lung, and everything she read at the time was saying she wouldn't survive.
Despite a recent diagnosis of Stage 4 lung cancer, Max Keeping, 71, says that he intends on speeding up, not slowing down.
American College of Gastroenterology President Harry E. Sarles Jr., MD, FACG, answers questions about colorectal cancer awareness and what the ACG is doing to improve awareness and screening rates during this National Colon Cancer Awareness Month.
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A 32-foot-long by 14-feet-high giant inflatable colon on display today at Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit on Monday to help illustrate the benefits of early detection.
Colon cancer will take more than 50,000 American lives in 2014 making it the second leading cause of cancer-related deaths, according to the American Cancer Society.
Send your good thoughts to Joe Clark, shown here with his wife, News 13 reporter Amanda Evans, and their daughter, Mira Joey.
For the ninth year in a row, the Lakeshore Women's Expo is poised to give area ladies -- and any non-ladies they care to bring along -- a wide range of information, goods and goodies all in one place.
Colon and colorectal cancers are the third most common cancer diagnosis in the United States, attacking thousands of men and women every single year.
Cindy Thesing's official title at the Sparta School District is 'Nutrition Services Supervisor' - that means she writes all the menus for the district and procures all the food.
The Rotary Club recently recognized 21 Boy Scouts and a Girl Scout for their Eagle and Gold scout projects.
"We've got to do something different. If we're really wanting to promote colon cancer awareness we can't sit and just give information.
Five years ago on March 6, 2009, Dr. Steven Brozinsky, a fine fellow, informed me after my colonoscopy that I had a tumor on my colon that he knew was cancer.
"We know that, on the whole, people are not comfortable talking about that part of our bodies," said Ros Squirewell, a colorectal cancer survivor.
Colorectal cancer is the second leading cause of cancer deaths in the United States among cancers that affect both men and women, and people with diabetes are known to have an increased risk of developing the condition.