Colorectal cancer is the third most common cancer in the U.S., with Americans facing a lifetime chance of 5 - 6% for this cancer. Each year, about 143,000 Americans are diagnosed with colorectal cancer, and about 50,000 people die from the disease. About 72% of cancers occur in the colon and 28% in the rectum.
Rates of colorectal cancer have been decreasing in the United States. This is due in part to more people getting regular screenings for colorectal cancer, and...Read more
New Colon Cancer Screening Tests in Research & Development Stages In the October 28th issue of The New York Times, it was reported... Read more »
For some time we've known that vitamin D-primarily found in milk-is linked to a lower likelihood of developing colon cancer. But new... Read more »
We can call it a disease, a condition, a state of weight, even a state of mind. We can offer all kinds of explanations as to why we have... Read more »
Scientists have found genetic changes in colon cancer cells says a New York Times article. If you have a relative with colon cancer, this... Read more »
Source: ADAM Encyclopedia
for Metastasized Colorectal CancerThe liver is the most frequent site for colorectal cancers to spread (metastasized). Here, treatments may slow the... Read more »