colon cancer

At-Home Test For Colon Cancer Coming SoonThe Mayo Clinic is the first in the country to offer a new, at-home screening test for colon cancer.
2-Day Bike Ride To Conquer Cancer Coming To Maryland This FallIt's a common killer in the United States, and the fight to conquer cancer this year is rolling with a two-day cycling event around the nation's capital.
On Time: Feb. 24, 2013Kai Jackson spoke with Dr. Michael Cox, the founder of AVAM, and two brothers of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity.
Time To Talk About Colon CancerWhen is the last time you talked about colon cancer?
Colorectal Cancer Surgery-Follow Up EvaluationWhy should there be a postoperative follow-up program?
Never Tested For Colon Cancer? What's Your Excuse?These are some of the words that come to mind for lots of folks when they think about getting tested for colorectal cancer.
Knocking Out The Side Effects Of Colorectal Cancer TreatmentIn January 2003, I was 42 and completing my first year of my pediatric residency. My life was extremely busy; I was working 80 to 120 hours a week. When I first complained of being tired, it was attributed to my age and work schedule. Over the next eight months, my symptoms worsened; I became anemic and had blood in my stool.
Awareness Key To The Colon Cancer FightOne of the keys to eradicating colon cancer is awareness. Being aware of risk factors, symptoms, family history and screening options will not only help in fighting the disease itself, but could mean the difference between life and death.
Colorectal Cancer ScreeningThis article explains the importance of testing for symptoms that may reveal a disease or condition that could lead to colon or rectal cancer.
Colorectal Cancer: Myths And MisconceptionsSome say ignorance is bliss, but experience tends to prove otherwise. Make sure you’re informed about the truths and misconceptions concerning colorectal cancer by reviewing this list of myths and realities concerning the disease.
Family History Key In Watching For Colon CancerDid your grandparents have colon cancer? Have any of your relatives ever had polyps? Knowing the answers to questions like these could tell you if you are at an increased risk for colon cancer.