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Archives: June 2020

  • Understanding the Various Types of Colorectal Cancer

    June 14, 2020
    Choice Cancer Care explains the various types of colorectal cancer. Irving, Texas – June 14, 2020 –Many types of colorectal cancers begin as polyps in the gastrointestinal tract lining. Most of them are benign, but some grow and turn cancerous (adenoma) over time. Colorectal cancer is classified based on the location of the initial adenoma. The disease potentially grows and...read more
  • Cancer Patients Should Beware of COVID-19 and G.I. Symptoms

    Covid-19 is a respiratory illness that also causes digestive symptoms, which can complicate the health of cancer patients. A study conducted on COVID-19 patients discovered that they also experienced gastrointestinal (G.I.) symptoms such as diarrhea, vomiting, nausea, and much more. Before, there were concerns that cancer patients, especially those with lung cancer, were more vulnerable to infection. But based on...read more
  • Symptoms for Colon Cancer That Are Often Overlooked

    Colon cancer does not present symptoms in its initial stages. Screening is vital to finding and treating the disease early. If not detected early, colon cancer can advance, making it challenging to treat effectively.  Colon cancer begins as polyps in the lining of the colon. A colonoscopy can identify and remove these polyps before they turn cancerous. Treatment is often...read more
  • Factors that Help Reduce the Risk for Cancer

    You can reduce your chances of developing cancer by addressing certain risk factors. This is because cancer affects many people worldwide, and most are not aware of the cause and the preventive measures to take. According to research, cancer may result from a single cell mutation that grows out of control. Other factors increase the risk, which, if well assessed...read more

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