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Colorectal cancer treatment has changed drastically over the years. Today's medical advancements have allowed doctor's to give rectal cancer patients a temporary colostomy instead of a permanent colostomy.
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Foundation to support breakthrough research and the discovery of new cancer therapies at the Cross Cancer Institute and 16 other cancer centres in Alberta.
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