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Informational Articles

  • What You Need to Know Concerning Colorectal Cancer in Young People
    Colorectal cancer is no longer a disease for the old: its prevalence among young people is on the rise. The rate is on the decrease for people older than 50, but on the increase for young people (under 50 years). According to a JAMA Surgery study, the results predict that the rate of colon cancer […]
  • Medication and Lifestyle May Lower Breast Cancer Risk
    Breast cancer has a high recovery rate if detected early, but of course, nobody wants to be diagnosed with breast cancer. There are two drugs used to treat breast cancer that can also help to prevent the disease. One drug prevents the activity of estrogen in the selective cell while the other cuts down the […]
  • Why Colorectal Cancer Incidence Is on the Rise among the Youth
    Only about 5% of colorectal cancers are hereditary. Most of these cancers develop in people with no family history or known genetic dispositions. The rise in colon cancer among young people is alarming, and various theories have come up for the causes, including the sedentary lifestyles they live and gut microbiome changes. There was evidence […]
  • Less Clinical Challenges in Colorectal Cancer Treatment 
    In an attempt to treat and prevent colorectal cancer, oncologists are integrating immunotherapy with chemotherapy. For a patient to have high chances of survival, the two drugs, nivolumab and ipilimumab, are both combined for cancer treatment instead of using a single one. However, the mixture is relatively toxic. In comparing the two applicable methods for […]
  • Adhering to Diabetes Medication Can Improve Survival in Patients with Colorectal Cancer
    Adhering to anti-diabetic prescriptions can improve the survival of those patients battling both diabetes and colorectal cancer. According to research, patients adhering to oral diabetes medication had a significantly lower risk of overall mortality compared to those who did not. In the study, about 60% of diabetic patients are taking their medications as prescribed. The […]

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