Because of their age, younger patients who have symptoms are often misdiagnosed initially. Don’t ignore the signs.
Colon cancer is the third-most commonly diagnosed cancer in men and women, and it’s also the third-most common cause of cancer death.
Colon cancer deaths are, for the most part, preventable. A colonoscopy can find polyps and eliminate them before they become cancerous.
Know when and how often you should be screened, and find out what factors put you at a greater risk for colon cancer.
Colon cancer — the third-leading cause of cancer death among men and women in Delaware — is preventable, treatable and beatable.
Here are three low-fat, high-fiber recipes that can help lower your colon cancer risk: Ratatouille, Turkey Chili, and a Fruit Smoothie.
Almost all colon cancers can be prevented through early detection. A colonoscopy not only tests for colon cancer, but can also treat it.