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Colon Cancer is expected to surpass heart disease as the number one killer in the US by 2030.
Filipino Americans have low rates of colorectal cancer screening and high CRC mortality.
The most recent issue of Gastroenterology reports a reduced risk of colorectal cancer up to 10 years after screening, surveillance, or diagnostic colonoscopy.
March is colorectal cancer month. Colorectal cancer is the fourth most common cancer in the U.S., but you may be able to decrease your risk by including more fiber in your diet.
The Cancer Coalition of South Georgia is working to raise awareness about colorectal cancer and trying to help those 50 and older get screened.
In fact, colorectal cancer is now the second leading cause of death among cancers which affect both men and women, as well as the third most common kind of cancer for both genders.
Today's 'Building Blue Bridges' initiative hopes to raise awareness and educate about the importance of screening and early detection.
While a combination of earlier detection and better treatments have yielded a steady decline in the colorectal cancer death rate over the past 20 years, colorectal cancer will kill an estimated 50,310 people in the U.S. in 2014, Colorectal cancer is one of only a handful of cancers for which screening is proven to save lives, both by finding and ... (more)
When Chuck and Jo-Ellen Kelley were married 23 years ago, she told him that since she went for yearly medical checkups, she expected him to do the same.
Despite introduction of effective chemotherapy protocols, it has remained uncertain, if patients with colorectal cancer liver metastases should receive adjuvant therapy.
Dr Castano-Milla and colleagues from Spain assessed the risk of colorectal cancer in ulcerative colitis patients by systematic review and meta-analysis.
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.
Colorectal cancer is the second leading cause of cancer-related deaths in the United States.
Colorectal cancer screening has been a major focus in the gastroenterology field.
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.
Send your good thoughts to Joe Clark, shown here with his wife, News 13 reporter Amanda Evans, and their daughter, Mira Joey.