The liver is the most frequent site for colorectal cancers to spread (metastasized). Here, treatments may slow the spread of cancer and even prolong survival. Cure is very rare.
When cancer has spread, surgery to remove or bypass obstructions in the intestine may be performed. In these circumstances, surgery is considered palliative in that it may improve symptoms but will not lead to cure. In rare cases, metastatic colon cancer may be cured...Read more
October 16, 2009 the IBC Research Foundation in cooperation with the Milburn Foundation awarded a grant to Diane Palmieri, Ph.D. to study... 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 »
A shrewdly designed study adds support to the idea that vitamin D may play a role in breast and colon cancer risk reduction. The study... Read more »