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Understanding Colon and Rectal Cancer

Tue, 18 Oct 2016 09:30:37 -0500

Cancer is one of the most feared diseases in the world. Colorectal cancer is the one that has been affecting the many lives. It is the third most type of cancer in men and women after brain and breast cancer. The article gives the brief about the colon and rectal cancer and treatment for the both accordingly.

The Future of Colon Cancer Diagnosis and Treatments

Thu, 30 Jun 2016 08:21:02 -0500

The colon is considered as one of the most important parts of our digestive system. When the malignant tissue in Colon grows then the Colon Cancer is occurred.

Colon Cancer: Symptoms, Diagnosis and Treatment

Fri, 22 Apr 2016 12:37:01 -0500

Cancer is one of the most frequently diagnosed diseases nowadays, which takes millions of lives of people across the globe each year. Doctors keep underlining that success of cancer treatment depends a lot upon the time a patient turns for help. This concerns colon cancer as well.

What Is a Colonoscopy and Why Do I Need It?

Tue, 08 Dec 2015 07:11:38 -0600

Colorectal cancer is becoming an increasingly greater threat of death from cancer but if it is caught early the survival rate increases about 90% so screening is very important as a diagnostic tool. Colonoscopies are invasive procedures even though the risks are small. There can be bleeding, bowel perforations or other complications especially if you are older however the advantage is that during a colonoscopy the doctor can take a biopsy (a piece of tissue to examine in the lab), remove precancerous polyps if they are there before they grow and spread.

15 Foods That Help Prevent Colon Cancer and Obesity Caused By An Inflammation Promoting Diet

Thu, 05 Nov 2015 15:10:45 -0600

Colorectal cancer is the second leading cause of cancer-related deaths in America and the third most common cancer in men and in women. By changing our diet we can significantly reduce our risk from suffering from colorectal cancer as well as naturally help promote weight loss.

An Overview Of Colon Cancer

Mon, 11 May 2015 07:15:21 -0500

In the lower part of the colon lies the large intestine. Colon cancer is an overgrowth of cells that appears in that area of the intestines. It will usually start small, as a benign cluster of cells known as adenomatous polyps. These polyps can eventually manifest into colon cancer. Colon cancer affects over a hundred thousand people each year. In the beginning, when they are small in size, the polyps will exhibit very few symptoms, and possibly have no symptoms at all. Using a routine screenings these polyps may be caught early, before it becomes cancerous.

Signs And Symptoms Of Colon Cancer

Mon, 13 Apr 2015 07:16:30 -0500

Colon cancer is a cancer of the large intestines. This is the lower part of the digestive system that is responsible for gathering waste products and eliminating them from the body. Often the terminology, colorectal cancer, is used to describe the cancers which occur in the lower intestines. Rectal cancer will happen in the last 6 inches of the colon. Approximately 112,000 people are diagnosed with colon cancer annually. Even though this particular cancer is very preventable it also ranks as having the second largest number of deaths due to cancer. Most cases start as a small benign clump of cells called a polyp. Over time these polyps will develop into cancer. Polyps can be small and will produce very few symptoms, if any at all.

Colon Adding20yearstoyourlifeoscopy

Mon, 04 Aug 2014 06:35:04 -0500

This is a play by play description of a colonoscopy experience, as seen through the eyes of the patient. It is meant to help dispel the fears of a first time recipient.

Eating High Fiber Foods Will Prevent Colon Cancer

Fri, 04 Jul 2014 10:43:05 -0500

Have you ever thought about where the majority of our sicknesses and diseases comes from? We tend to point our fingers at the immune system because we are taught that if our immune system have been compromised, we get sick. Most people do not realize that a lot of our suffering actually comes from the colon.

How Holistic Medicine Is Used to Treat Cancer

Mon, 28 Apr 2014 09:13:19 -0500

Holistic Cancer Treatments have shown to be an effective way to fight Cancer without Chemo and Radiation which modern medicine has been using since the 1950's to treat cancer. Hmmm? Let's see we put a man on the moon how many years ago,but we still treat cancer like we did in the 1950's? What is wrong with this picture? In 1931 Dr. Otto Warburg won the Nobel Prize in Medicine for his discovery of oxygen transferring enzyme cell respiration. The prime cause of Cancer. So why are we still searching for a Cure for Cancer?

How Bowel Cancer Symptoms Differ From IBS Symptoms

Fri, 28 Mar 2014 08:15:55 -0500

Symptoms for both bowel cancer and IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome) can often differ from those many expect. However, in a few short minutes - all will be clear in the mind.

What to Expect After Having Colon Surgery

Tue, 28 Jan 2014 10:30:57 -0600

After cancer of the colon has been diagnosed; the next stage is for the patient to be offered some form of treatment. However, unlike many other cancers, surgery is the first form of treatment to be offered, with chemotherapy or radiation therapy being used to shrink the tumor before surgery in later stage cases. Colon cancer is highly treatable when diagnosed at an early stage.

Gastrointestinal Cancers

Thu, 16 Jan 2014 16:26:39 -0600

Cancer is a generic term for a large group of diseases that can affect any part of the body. One defining feature of cancer is the rapid creation of abnormal cells that grow beyond their usual boundaries, which can then invade adjoining parts of the body and spread to other organs. Sadly, it knows no boundaries.

Little-Known Facts About Colon Cancer: Know Them, Stay Alive

Wed, 27 Nov 2013 10:20:19 -0600

In recent times, many people tend to associate the word "cancer" to "death" as if they are synonymous with each other. In fact, people immediately think of death even before knowing the specifics or the details about a person's actual health condition.

Avoiding Colon Cancer and Colonoscopies

Mon, 25 Nov 2013 10:49:42 -0600

What if you could fine tune your diet, so you knew your colon health is great? What if you could get that nice soft stool simply by choosing the foods your genetics needs to run efficiently? What if you could do this without counting calories? It is possible, and you can manage any genetic health risks you have inherited.

Why I Love the Chinese Army

Mon, 25 Nov 2013 10:26:52 -0600

I love the Chinese Army, but why? I am a Quaker, so am a pacifist who actively dislikes military engagement and military thinking. Collaboration is the way. Is it that I am biased in some way? Perhaps. I love Tai Chi, Chi Gung and Chinese medicine, but that surely is not enough? Ah, then again I have my eldest son; now that strikes nearer the heart. My first wife was Thai, but ethnically Chinese, so I have blood that is Chinese, and he has three children, so that's an even deeper level of commitment. But to love the Chinese Army? What have they ever done for me? To be precise: nothing. You see it's like this. Two years ago I went into hospital with a near fatal cancer. I had at the time a terrible dream where I was trapped and being dragged down to my doom - and when I suddenly awoke I knew something bad was happening or going to happen to me. In hospital they cut the tumour out but it was malignant. But what has this got to do with the Chinese Army?

Can Drinking Wine Really Prevent Bowel Cancer?

Fri, 09 Aug 2013 14:08:44 -0500

Rumor has it, that by drinking a glass of wine every now and then can actually help combat bowel cancer. But how much is actually rumor, and how much is just a good old excuse to have the odd tipple?

Can Cancer of The Colon Be Prevented?

Wed, 17 Jul 2013 15:29:01 -0500

Now the second leading cancer killer in North America - Cancer of the Colon, causing more people to die from it than breast cancer or prostate cancer. Early stage cancer of the colon usually shows no symptoms, and its victims usually have no idea of its presence.

Top 5 Facts About Colon Cancer

Tue, 16 Jul 2013 13:53:04 -0500

Do you know what colon cancer is? Well if you are human then you have a good chance of getting colon cancer in the future. Not to fret though, there are many ways that this deadly disease can be prevented and we will talk about each and everyone of them. Plus we will also go in depth to understand the exact implications of colon cancer.

Rectal Bleeding - The Facts

Tue, 16 Jul 2013 08:18:32 -0500

Many people who suffer from rectal bleeding usually associate their problem with hemorrhroids, and on many occasions they would be correct in thinking this. However, there are many other causes of rectal bleeding too. Any form of rectal bleeding is not normal, and should be evaluated by a doctor at an early stage.

Colonoscopies Are Overpromoted, Overprescribed and Overpriced - Consumers Should Resist and Rebel

Wed, 05 Jun 2013 14:21:04 -0500

The colonoscopy gets my vote as the biggest scam in modern medicine. We should stop using the term colonoscopy - "colonoscamy" is much more descriptive and appropriate. Given the abuses that are so well documented about the U.S. health care system, this is a severe indictment. Colonoscopies are marketed by fear tactics, not unlike religions. The possibilities of horrific torment and premature death from colon cancer are sometimes described with almost wicked delight by colonoscopy counselors, not unlike hell-fire and brimstone preachers about the wages of sin.

3 Symptoms That Might Tell You That You Have Colon Cancer

Thu, 30 May 2013 11:48:47 -0500

Although colon cancer may have numerous symptoms, in the early stages of the disease many suffering from colon cancer experience no symptoms. When the symptoms appear, they tend to vary, depending on the location and size of the cancer in the large intestine. Unfortunately the symptoms of colon cancer are not always obvious. For that reason, it is important for you to learn what the cancer symptoms look and feel like, so you can be aware of the disease for your long-term health.

Different Stages Of Cancer Treatments For Colon

Wed, 22 May 2013 09:02:41 -0500

Cancer is one of the most dangerous diseases with which thousands across the world are affected. Different types of cancers have different signs and symptoms, and the treatment options available for these might also vary.

Be Your Own Health Care Provider

Tue, 05 Mar 2013 08:41:26 -0600

It is time to self educate ourselves and not rely solely on the professionals when it comes to our health. Be your own health care provider.

What Is Bowel Cancer? Symptoms and Treatment

Thu, 03 Jan 2013 09:23:10 -0600

Colorectal cancer or bowel cancer is a type of cancer that forms from uncontrolled cell growth. This growth originates in portions of the large intestine; although it also may form in the appendix. Perhaps unsurprisingly, bowel cancer forms from the cells lining the organ.

Rectal Cancer

Tue, 20 Nov 2012 11:42:28 -0600

One of the most frequent cancers affecting Americans include rectal cancer. Its diagnosis and treatment are reviewed.

Is It Healthy To Fast?

Tue, 09 Oct 2012 11:08:49 -0500

If this is the first article you have read related to fasting and its relationship to health, let me help you with your research: 1. 80% or more of those writing about fasting have not fasted themselves for much more than one or two days. 2. Most of those same authors copied their information from other "experts" who have never fasted and know nothing about the subject related to personal experience. You can usually identify the inexperienced authors by their opening statement, which most often consists of a positive remark followed by a leading question. The most common lead-in seems to be: "Fasting has been practiced around the world for centuries... But can it really help prevent disease, help you lose weight and make you healthier?"

Colorectal Cancer - Types, Symptoms and Treatments

Mon, 08 Oct 2012 11:26:57 -0500

Colorectal cancer is a type of uncontrolled growth of abnormal cells that can develop in the colon, rectum, or both. This article also consist the complete information about the causes, symptoms, types, and treatments given to the patient of colorectal cancer.

Colon Cancer Preventions And Precautions

Mon, 01 Oct 2012 17:50:16 -0500

Although colon cancer cancer can occur out of sudden without any known causes, yet there some factors, which minimize the risk of colon cancer development. The article discusses the precautionary measures to enhance your immunity against colon cancer.

Does Ginger Inhibit Colon Cancer?

Wed, 05 Sep 2012 13:54:29 -0500

The public continuously craves for the cure of colon cancer as it remains immedicable up to the recent year. Hence, various findings on colon cancer studies never fail to be on the limelight. One of the latest discoveries is the potential of ginger supplement as colon cancer cure in the study conducted by Professor Suzanna M. Zick, N. D., M. P. H, University of Michigan Medical School-assistant research professor.

Diagnosis and Treatment of Colon Cancer

Fri, 24 Aug 2012 09:37:33 -0500

The colon is a part of the digestive tract that connects the stomach and small intestine to the anus. Colon cancer is a growth that occurs in the lining of this colon. It is an extremely common problem worldwide, with over 1 million new cases of this illness diagnosed annually.

Diagnosing Symptoms of Colon Cancer

Thu, 23 Aug 2012 10:38:27 -0500

The symptoms of colon cancer are not always easy to link to the disease, but some knowledge about them can help patients identify which symptoms should be brought to the attention of cancer specialists. Since the colon is part of the digestive system, when a cancer hits it, the earliest symptoms will affect a person's digestive process. Unfortunately, since stomach upsets can be common and may not alert a person of an underlying disease, colon cancer is not easy to identify.

Colon Cancer Symptoms - What Are They?

Thu, 09 Aug 2012 09:45:37 -0500

Colon cancer is a great threat to a person's life, especially since it has no obvious symptoms in the early stages. Knowing what these symptoms are can help save people's lives.

Colon Cancer Signs and Symptoms You Should Be Aware Of

Wed, 08 Aug 2012 15:46:08 -0500

Don't let colon cancer take you by surprise. Get treatment as early as possible by identifying colon cancer signs and symptoms quickly and accurately.

Role of Folate In Colon Cancer

Tue, 31 Jul 2012 12:39:19 -0500

Innovations in medical science provide means to prevent development of any cancerous condition. One of the latest researches has identified folate and its ability to prevent colon cancer. This marks that sooner or later, cancer can become curable.

Colon Cancer Statistics and Prognosis

Mon, 09 Jul 2012 15:38:28 -0500

Colon cancer statistics is helpful to study colon cancer cases in a systematic way. Colon cancer prognosis helps to get a better idea of future behaviour of tumours.

Reduce Risk Of Colon Cancer With Fish

Fri, 15 Jun 2012 14:52:39 -0500

Good news for fish lovers. A systemic review and meta-analysis conducted on 41 studies finds that those who eat lots of fish might reduce risk of colon cancer and rectal cancer.

The Type of Chemotherapy Used For Colon Cancer

Tue, 29 May 2012 15:04:33 -0500

There are different stages of colon cancer. Chemotherapy is used in the final stages both before and after surgery. Surgery alone cannot remove the tumour fully. Chemotherapy shrinks the tumour, so that it can be removed. Chemotherapy is used to kill the cancer cells and prevent its reoccurrence.

Detection of Colon Cancer

Tue, 17 Apr 2012 15:51:12 -0500

Colon is an important part of the human digestive system and the growth of malignant tissue in the colon is known as colon cancer. This type of cancer is very much dreaded and it can harm the digestive system a lot. It is a type of malignant tumor which can be formed from the inner wall of the large intestine. The tumor breaks down the tissues and therefore spreads into the other parts of the body.

Exercising And Other Tips To Help You Get Through Colon Cancer

Fri, 06 Apr 2012 16:35:48 -0500

If you or a loved one has colon cancer than these tips will help you get through this tough time and look forward to a better future! Discover how to fight colon cancer back!

Making Life Decisions Amidst The Prevalence Of Colon Cancer

Fri, 06 Apr 2012 15:55:02 -0500

If you are someone who has experienced or is experiencing a disease for which there is no definite cure yet, like colon cancer, sometimes you have to make some of the toughest life choices that there are. You really have to rethink a lot of things and examine just how much your life has been changed by the blow that was just dealt to your by fate.

How to Prevent Colon Cancer? Its Cause Is the Key to Its Prevention

Mon, 20 Feb 2012 15:05:55 -0600

Are you worried concerning colorectal cancer? Late phase colorectal cancer is a particularly lethal disease that takes the lives of over 50,000 annually in the United States alone. What may be performed to protect your self from this illness? Here we focus on the protective measures you possibly can take to achieve optimum colon health.

How You Can Help Prevent Colon Cancer

Fri, 17 Feb 2012 13:12:00 -0600

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Watch For Colon Cancer Warning Signs!

Wed, 15 Feb 2012 10:47:27 -0600

The colorectal cancer symptoms are mostly non-specific and appear pronounced only when the disease is at its late stage already. The bad news is that colorectal cancer is impossible to cure during later stage and the rate of survival is very slim as well. Often times, the early symptoms are ignored by most affected individuals because the manifestations are not that bothersome. Most of the disease presentations are actually mistaken as common gastrointestinal upset symptoms and don't even give a slight hint that there is an existing cancerous tumor in the colon. Although symptoms are not always conclusive of colorectal cancer, neither they exclude the possibility that the disease exists.

Alert! Diverticular Disease Affects Over 2/3's of Seniors

Tue, 31 Jan 2012 11:07:03 -0600

You can't afford to ignore the facts. These alarming statistics should raise your alert meter and take it to new heights. Three nasty culprits of this disease are...

Stages of Colon Cancer and Treatment Options

Mon, 30 Jan 2012 18:09:14 -0600

Colon cancer is a very fatal disease, in particular, if diagnosed too late. However, treatment success for those who suffer from disease has increased, as has the survival rate. This is due to early prevention along with the development of new therapies for colon cancer. In fact, many early diagnosed colon cancer patients, if treated promptly, are reported to achieve a full recovery from the disease.

Colonoscopy - Why I Hesitate To Have One

Fri, 27 Jan 2012 10:02:03 -0600

I have reasons for resisting the colonoscopy procedure. One is a general awareness that the medical system is rife with unnecessary testing, some of which can be hazardous to health and wealth. A colonoscopy, for example, is three to four times more expensive than a simpler test-a sigmoidoscopy.

Prevent Colon Cancer - Remove the Polyps

Wed, 25 Jan 2012 10:58:51 -0600

Colon Cancer is not only the second leading cancer killer in the United States it is also the third most common form of cancer. Most cases of colon cancer start quietly, and polyps in the colon can take 10-15 years to turn cancerous and as such most people turn a "blind" eye to their bouts of constipation.

Therapy for Colon Cancer

Tue, 24 Jan 2012 13:54:23 -0600

Colon cancer therapy is a process of dealing with colon tumors in the safest manner by adopting various contemporary medically prescribed methods and techniques. Colon cancer therapy is a vital process dealing with tumors or polyps that form in colon areas and also includes preventive as well as post-treatment care methods.

What Are The Signs Of Colorectal Cancer?

Tue, 03 Jan 2012 12:36:12 -0600

The symptoms of colorectal cancer often present at a later stage of the disease. Usually, at a later stage, it would be difficult to treat the cancer and treatment of symptoms is a part of the treatment plan. It is said that the average length of time when symptoms show from onset to actual diagnosis is 14 weeks. Symptoms are often vague and usually has no bearing on the extent of the tumor.

Reducing Colon Cancer Risk Factors With High Fiber Foods

Tue, 03 Jan 2012 08:42:56 -0600

We all know fiber is good for us, now we're learning more about just how good. Eating a diet that's full of fiber is associated with a lower colon cancer risk factors according to research from Britain and the Netherlands that examined no less than 25 studies on the subject.

What Is Colon Cancer? - A Disease That Has Guts To Kill!

Wed, 21 Dec 2011 10:30:59 -0600

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), cancer is one of the leading causes of death across the globe, particularly in Western countries such as the United States. In fact, in year 2008, 13 percent (13%) or 7.6 million of the total deaths of people worldwide is due to cancer. Among more than hundred types of malignancies, Colorectal Cancer lands at the fourth spot of the most common cancers among men and women.

Preventing Periodontal Disease May Prevent Colon Cancer

Tue, 20 Dec 2011 16:03:12 -0600

It has not yet been determined whether the fusobacterium found in colon cancer is essential for the cancer to grow or whether it just affords a favorable environment for the bacterium. In either case, it is suggested that those with periodontal disease run a higher risk of colon cancer.

Immediate Release - Fiber and Diverticular Disease: Stop the Pressure Stop the Pain

Mon, 19 Dec 2011 09:36:20 -0600

The real problem with lack of fiber is low volume in the intestines, a direct link to diverticulosis; here too, a diverticulosis diet is one of the keys to good health. It might help to think of your intestines, and especially your colon, like a tube of toothpaste. When you get down to the last toothpaste in the tube, it is a lot more work to push it out of the tube. This is the danger too low fiber and too low residue eating has on your system. Eating a diet low in fiber is much harder on your intestines than a higher fiber diet would be to "move things along."

Colon Cancer and Chemotherapy

Tue, 13 Dec 2011 10:35:43 -0600

Cancer is uncontrolled cell division causing problems to the body. Colon cancer is the cancer involving the large intestine. The treatment caries according to the stages.

Work Towards Colon Cancer Survival With Positive Thinking

Wed, 30 Nov 2011 09:19:19 -0600

Even though colon cancer is a terrible disease, colon cancer survival rates are improving all the time. Alongside great medical support, people can positively impact on their survival chances by being upbeat and positive in facing their condition.

Foods For Fighting Cancer

Mon, 28 Nov 2011 20:18:29 -0600

Some intriguing, but preliminary, research on foods for fighting cancer and colon cancer. Supplements of ginger have been shown to reduce some inflammation indicators in the colon according to a new study.

Reduce Colon Cancer Risk By Eating These Vegetables

Mon, 07 Nov 2011 13:18:58 -0600

Australian researchers have come upon some interesting findings while assessing colon cancer risk. After examining the eating patterns of just under 1000 patients suffering with colorectal cancer, along with another 1,021 control subjects without the disease, they found that eating certain fruits and veggies was associated with a lower risk of cancer for both the upper and lower colon.

How to Detect Bowel Cancer Symptoms

Mon, 17 Oct 2011 16:16:08 -0500

Bowel cancer or colorectal cancer is the most common internal cancer that occurs in humans. Bowel cancer is also the second most frequent cause of death after lung cancer. Typically, bowel cancer occurs in the colon (large intestine) and the rectum (back passage).

Colon Cancer - Many Factors Contribute Greatly to the Occurrence of Colon Cancer

Fri, 14 Oct 2011 13:53:04 -0500

Many factors contribute greatly to the occurrence of colon cancer. Wrong diet such as lack of fiber diet, lifestyle / exercise, exposure to carcinogenic substances, and the history of hereditary diseases, is believed to be a risk factor for colon cancer.

High Fiber Food Diet Cuts Risk of Colon Polyps

Thu, 15 Sep 2011 12:44:36 -0500

Want to reduce your risk of colon polyps, commonly seen as a precursor to cancer? Lots of research has looked at broad categories of foods... fruits and veggies for instance, now we have a study that's focusing on specific foods from a high fiber food diet.

Colon Cancer: Are You At Risk?

Fri, 02 Sep 2011 11:58:40 -0500

Colon cancer is one of the most commonly diagnosed cancers for both men and women in the Untied States. It is important that you understand your risk for developing this disease, as well as lifestyle changes you can make now to reduce your chances of falling victim to colon cancer.

Tips on Spotting Colorectal Symptoms

Wed, 31 Aug 2011 10:47:03 -0500

This article talks about how to spot the symptoms of colon cancer early. Spotting them as early as possible might just enable your doctor to catch them all on time before they spread. This would make a big difference when it comes to getting cured or certain death.

Common Bowel Cancer Symptoms

Wed, 20 Jul 2011 14:05:02 -0500

Bowel cancer is one of the common cancer diseases all over the world. Unfortunately, very few people know about this kind of cancer and about its treatments. If you want to be able to fight against this cancer then you must know about the symptoms of this cancer too.

Colon Cancer Survival Rate - Dare To Know Your Chances

Wed, 06 Jul 2011 09:32:16 -0500

A colon cancer survival rate refers to the percentage of people who were reported still living after being diagnosed with the cancer about 5 yrs ago. There are already a lot of Americans that were diagnosed (and still being diagnosed) with cancer of the colon today. In 2005, more than 70,000 men and almost 70,000 women were diagnosed with colon cancer. In addition, more than 25,000 lives from each gender are being taken annually in the US but the fortunate news is, the colon cancer survival rate is also getting higher as the years progress.

Colon Cancer: Saving Your Life Through Early Diagnosis

Fri, 01 Jul 2011 10:09:35 -0500

Colon cancer is a kind of disease that is very hard to detect in its early stages. You have to consider the fact that colon cancer can be effectively treated if it is diagnosed early. When it reaches more advanced stages, the chances of getting treated for this kind of disease will decrease especially if the cancer has spread to different parts of your body and to other organs.

Benefits From Exercising Include Reducing Cancerous Colon Polyps

Thu, 30 Jun 2011 16:19:35 -0500

Colon polyps can be harmless, or a symptom-free precursor to cancer. So keeping these nasty little growths from developing in the first place is a smart way to stay healthy. Research just out finds that one of the benefits from exercising is it may be enough to hold off those cancerous colon polyps. As little as an hour of exercise weekly reduces your risk, especially if you're already overweight or obese.

Colon Cancer Symptoms From Eating Too Much Meat

Thu, 30 Jun 2011 16:17:20 -0500

Important news for all of us, especially those who have a higher chance of suffering from colon cancer symptoms. A new report suggests that eating too much meat, including processed meats might just up your risk of getting colon cancer. Cancer of the colon is the 3rd most common cancer, after skin cancers, diagnosed in the United States.

Colorectal Cancer Survival Rate

Mon, 06 Jun 2011 14:11:17 -0500

In the United States, the colorectal cancer survival rate is more agreeable amongst female patients than males. Whether the female patient is from Caucasian or African decent, the colorectal cancer survival rate is around 65%, a tad ten percent higher than their male counterparts whose rate of survival ranges from 53-55% only.

Diets High in Protein and Carbs Can Impact Colon Health

Thu, 26 May 2011 16:12:22 -0500

There's a small study that suggests the type of diet you choose to help you lose weight, a worthy goal to be sure, might also have an impact on colon health. The research included 17 men classified as obese who the team discovered had colon changes that may, given time, contribute to dangerous colon cancer. We do know that diet plays a role in this disease; eating high fat, low fiber foods and diets high in protein are often blamed for increasing your risk.

Colon Cancer: A Cruel Health Condition

Mon, 23 May 2011 13:32:01 -0500

We all are aware of the dangerous disease called cancer. This deadly disease can occur to anybody at any time. It is actually a group of more than a hundred different diseases. By affecting the body's main unit cell, it can spread to any area of the body and thus can make people suffer a lot.

Do You Need a Colonoscopy to Prevent Colon Cancer?

Thu, 12 May 2011 14:14:57 -0500

Fewer and fewer people are dying from colon cancer, it used to be a big killer, but today thanks to early screening doctors are catching it in time and preventing polyps from becoming cancerous. It has been recommended that when you turn 45 to 50 years old you should go in for screening. If they don't find any polyps, you are probably good for another 10 years.

Colon Cancer Survival Rate - How High Are Your Chances?

Wed, 11 May 2011 16:33:04 -0500

Colon Cancer is a nasty deadly disease and the colon cancer survival rate may just be as nasty once you get to know about them. Depending on the stage where you have been diagnosed, your colon cancer survival rate may either be acceptable or downright shocking. If it's mind-blowing, it may be better to have a heart attack, for when the cancer spreads and metastasizes; the following symptoms may be the worst bodily pain you'll ever experience.

Colon Cancer Survival Rate - Knowing Your Survival Chances

Wed, 11 May 2011 16:27:07 -0500

Upon learning about colorectal cancer and becoming diagnosed with it, the first thing that probably popped out of your mind is your colon cancer survival rate. Your chances of surviving this cancer may depend upon a few variables including the stage of the cancer, the treatment plan, the extent of lifestyle modifications, your psychological acceptance of this disease and even at which part of the world you're living.

Colon Cancer Survival Rate - Are You A Survivor?

Wed, 11 May 2011 16:24:43 -0500

The colon cancer survival rate of a patient may be determined by the type of treatment plan he/she is using. Knowing that colon cancer has about an asymptomatic stage followed by 4 disease stages, we should also know that not all colorectal cancers are detected at the earliest stages.

Colon Hydrotherapy: Frequently Asked Questions

Wed, 11 May 2011 15:42:27 -0500

Did you know that colon cancer is the second leading cause of cancer related deaths in the United States? It may seem surprising and a bit devastating, but is very true. eMedTV, a medical informational resource, confirms this fact in one of its findings. Looking at the gravity of this disease, the American Cancer Society had predicted that approximately 148,610 people would be diagnosed with colon cancer and 55,170 of them would die of it in 2006.

Live in Gratitude, Go With The Flow

Fri, 29 Apr 2011 20:22:40 -0500

Despite three bouts with cancer and open-heart surgery, my 47-year niece Francine continues to be grateful for her life. She's learned that gratitude is the key to a positive mindset and the ability to adapt to constant changes gives her an upbeat perspective to a terminal prognosis.

High HDL Cholesterol Can Reduce Colorectal Cancer Symptoms From Taking Hold

Tue, 26 Apr 2011 12:31:50 -0500

Important news on colorectal cancer symptoms. If you have high HDL cholesterol levels (good cholesterol), you might also have a reduced risk of colorectol cancer according to a new study.

Benefits of Exercise Include Reducing Cancerous Polyps in Bowel

Tue, 12 Apr 2011 13:25:57 -0500

A new report finds that if one of the benefits of exercise is that you're 33% less likely to have cancerous polyps in the bowel. The work includes 20 earlier studies that examine the relationship between exercise and the growth of large polyps. The researchers believe they've produced the highly accurate figures that show low levels of exercise are linked to polyps.

Anal Cancer and Kerry's Story: Beware of HPV

Fri, 08 Apr 2011 18:58:13 -0500

This brief article written by a cancer doctor summarizes the critical information for understanding anal cancer. Risks & causes, symptoms & warning signs, diagnosis & staging, treatment options & side effects are all reviewed in plain terms. The topic is introduced using a fictional patient story.

Who Is at Risk of Developing Colon Cancer?

Thu, 07 Apr 2011 14:27:06 -0500

When pondering the top culprits that contribute to the most deaths occurring from cancer, rarely does one consider the colon. Though in all actuality colorectal cancer is the third most common cause of cancer related deaths in the United States with nearly 50,000 per year. This is a staggering number but, fortunately, it has decreased dramatically over the years (2002 had almost 150,000 deaths due to colorectal cancer), and with public awareness and early screening chances of survival are encouraging.

Colon Cancer Stages - Colon Cancer Survival Rate

Mon, 04 Apr 2011 13:02:20 -0500

Colon cancer stages are divided into four unique stages. Each of these stages varies in colon cancer survival rate. The earliest stage of cancer of the colon is called stage 0.

How to Prevent Colon Cancer Naturally

Mon, 04 Apr 2011 08:33:16 -0500

The Colon/rectal cancer is a lifestyle disease. We cannot always change our lifestyle. So the best options are to remedy difficult bowel discharge. This article suggests how to do that and other helpful tips.

Colorectal Cancer - Is It Terminal?

Wed, 30 Mar 2011 12:56:55 -0500

Colorectal cancer is a serious problem, no doubt but is it terminal? It can be but you can take precautions to mitigate the effect of this disease. Colorectal cancer generally responds to chemotherapy treatment. There are people who fear the treatment more than they fear the disease. Chemotherapy can cause discomfort and can lead to problems like constipation. But medical science can provide relief from most of these side effects.

Colon Cancer Survival Rates - Know Your Chances

Fri, 25 Mar 2011 13:20:32 -0500

Colon cancer survival rates may vary from country to country. In the United States a 5 year survival statistics of one with cancer of the colon is at 62% while at Europe this is only 43%. The quality of treatment may be one of the biggest reasons of the difference, another is the number of colon cancer screening programs that are implemented.

Colon Cancer Survival Rate - Know Your Chances

Fri, 25 Mar 2011 12:38:56 -0500

Colon cancer survival rate differ from stage. As the damage of the malignant cancer cells start to expand to the rest of the body, the chances of one to survive drops down a whole lot of percentages.

Colorectal Cancer - Chances of Survival

Thu, 24 Mar 2011 11:33:51 -0500

If someone is afflicted with colorectal cancer, their chances of survival will depend on several factors. One of them is the pathological history of the patient. If the patient has earlier suffered from adenomas, there will be an increased risk of developing colorectal cancer. This will be more so if the polyps are large in number and size. Even if the colorectal cancer that developed earlier was completely removed, the chances of new cancers developing in other areas of the colon and rectum are high. If the patient had the first colorectal cancer at a young age, the chances of this problem recurring will be high.

Take Steps To Prevent Colon Cancer

Thu, 24 Mar 2011 08:25:48 -0500

Colon Cancer is the third most common cancer in the United States and among the top contributors of cancer-related death. But it is also one of the more treatable and preventable cancers. Since March is Colon Cancer Awareness Month, it is a good time to learn about prevention. It's important to know the facts as well as the proactive steps that you can take to protect yourself and reduce your risk factors.

Colorectal Cancer: Its Causes And Symptoms

Tue, 22 Mar 2011 11:47:10 -0500

Colorectal cancer is a malignant tumor which arises in the inner lining of the colon or the rectum. This usually happens when there is an abnormal or uncontrolled growth of cells in the latter part of the digestive tract which is known as the colon. Pertinently, these malignant cells may also grow in the rectum, the very end of the large intestine that opens at the anus, which lead one to suffer colorectal cancer.

Assessing Your Risk for Colorectal Cancer

Thu, 17 Mar 2011 09:30:10 -0500

Screening and early detection saves lives. When colorectal cancer is diagnosed at the localized stage, the 5 year survival rate is 90% and of course, many people live much longer than 5 years (and many are cured). Unfortunately, only 39% of cases are diagnosed at this localized stage. If the cancer is not detected until late stage, the 5 year survival rates drops to less than 12%. Furthermore, the disease can be prevented through the early identification and removal of pre-cancerous polyps, detectable only through colorectal cancer screenings.

Colon Cancer Symptoms - Changes In Stool Or Blood In Stool

Thu, 10 Mar 2011 14:58:50 -0600

Colon cancer symptoms may not be present in many cases. However, if symptoms are seen they can include a variety of changes in the stool or bowel habits (i.e. diarrhea, constipation). Colon cancer also known as Colorectal Cancer, is a malignant (cancerous) tumor growth found in a portion of the large intestine, which is a common cancer site.

Vitamin D and Death Due to Colorectal Cancer

Mon, 28 Feb 2011 15:25:06 -0600

An innovative prospective clinical research study is now reporting its results, which appear to link Vitamin D deficiency to colorectal cancer death rates. As with previous research studies, the findings of this study strongly suggest that Vitamin D deficiency may be linked with a higher risk of death due to colorectal cancer. The findings of this clinical research study appear in the current issue of the journal Cancer.

Do Colon Cancer Natural Remedies Really Work?

Thu, 24 Feb 2011 13:49:11 -0600

There are few natural remedies out there that really have a chance of helping you beat colon cancer. Most are either too expensive or just plain hard to do and unfortunately most just don't get to the root of the problem that caused you to have colon cancer in the first place.

Effective Colon Cancer Prevention Methods

Wed, 23 Feb 2011 13:54:22 -0600

With the advent of many types of illnesses and diseases, the medical field is continuously on the search for new ways in treating them. Because of the advanced technology that the world offers, it is possible to come up with treatment options and procedures that are high tech and very effective.

Stage 3 Colon Cancer - Herbal Therapy Without Chemotherapy Or Radiotherapy

Thu, 17 Feb 2011 14:37:00 -0600

Tan was 50 years old when she was diagnosed with colon cancer. She underwent a surgery. The surgeon suggested that Tan undergo radiotherapy. She refused. She also did not wish to undergo chemotherapy. Tan started to take herbs. It has been more than 6 years and Tan is doing fine.

Chronic Constipation and Cancer of The Colon in Ladies

Tue, 15 Feb 2011 08:49:10 -0600

Chronic constipation,colitis and cancer of the colon were rare diseases when people ate natural foodstuffs, which retained roughage, minerals and vitamins. Today constipation is prevalent because we eat too much over refined food. Many people are obsessed by the need to have a bowel action daily, but the individual pattern of bowel movements can vary from three times daily to three times weekly.

Folfox Chemotherapy for Colorectal Cancer

Wed, 09 Feb 2011 11:04:51 -0600

Folfox chemotherapy is used for treating colorectal cancer. Read on to find out some useful information and side effects of folfox chemotherapy used for treating colorectal cancer.

Colon Cancer: Don't Miss The Symptoms

Thu, 20 Jan 2011 15:04:51 -0600

The colon (together with the rectum) are part of the large intestine (bowel). The colon is a muscular tube that is about five feet long. It absorbs water and nutrients from food passing through. The rectum, the lower six inches of the digestive tract, serves as a holding place for stool, which then passes out of the body through the anus. The colon is divided into four sections: the ascending colon, transverse colon, descending colon, and sigmoid colon. Most colorectal cancers arise in the sigmoid colon -- the portion just above the rectum. They usually start in the innermost layer and can grow through some or all of the several tissue layers that make up the colon and rectum. Cancer can, however, develop in any portion of the colon. The extent to which a cancer penetrates the various tissue layers of the colon determines the stage of the disease.

Gastroenterology - Colon Cancer Screening Can Save Your Life

Wed, 19 Jan 2011 15:15:08 -0600

Do not neglect colon cancer screening when you are over the age of 50. It is simple, safe and can save your life. Talk to your gastroenterologist in Maryland for more information about a screening test or colonoscopy.

Infomation About Anal Cancer

Thu, 13 Jan 2011 10:34:15 -0600

Taking into consideration the annual rates at which people, men and women, have contracted anal cancer over the past several years, medical statistics indicate that there will be over five thousand more cases diagnosed this year. While this is a large number of people, in comparison to other forms of cancer, anal cancer is considered rare.