Colon Cancer News and Research

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Colon Cancer

An estimated 150,000 people were diagnosed with cancers of the colon or rectum in 2009, according to the American Cancer Society (ACS). Though the cancers will claim nearly 50,000 lives in the United States, more people are surviving their battles. Learn more about colorectal cancers with the Colon Cancer Web Guide.

What Is Colon Cancer?

The colon is part of our digestive system, and one of the last stops for food before it enters the ... read more »

Colorectal Cancer Symptoms and Diagnosis

Colon and rectal cancers don’t show many signs in their early stages, which is why public ... read more »

Colon Cancer Treatment

People with colorectal cancer have a number of treatment options, including chemotherapy, radiation ... read more »

Support for Colon Cancer Patients and Survivors

Colon cancer is one of the most commonly diagnosed diseases in the United States, and there are ... read more »

Colon Cancer News and Research

Scientists are studying all aspects of colorectal cancer, and are developing ways to detect it sooner, trying to find less invasive tests, and finding new medications and treatments. This section can help you keep up to date on the latest colon cancer news and research.

Insights for Colon Cancer News and Research

  • When reading your favorite news sites, keep an eye out for any links that allow you to create news alerts. These services are usually free, and send you e-mails based on certain keywords you select. They can be a good way to keep up to date on colorectal cancer or other subjects of interest.

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