Published: Sat, 29 Oct 2016 11:15:17 +0000
2016-10-29T11:15:17ZColon polyps come in several types, which have various shapes and sizes. Learn about the different types of colon polyps so you know whether they increase your risk of colon cancer.
2016-10-29T11:15:17ZIt's an ugly term, but chemo brain is a very real phenomena. Following chemotherapy for colon cancer make sure to talk to your doctor if you are suffering memory loss or confusion.
2016-10-29T11:15:17ZVirtually all colon cancer develops from adenomatous polyps in the colon, generally referred to simply as colon polyps. Read about how this develops.
2016-10-29T11:15:17ZAltered tastebuds and a poor appetite make eating during chemo hard enough. But for your safety, here are a few more rules on what to eat (and avoid).
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