Colon Cancer: All the General Information About Colon Cancer that You Need to Know

By Groshan Fabiola Colon cancer is, as its name suggests, a disease that affects the colon. The colon is a tube shaped organ, located in the abdomen, that starts at the end of the bowel and ends with … [Read more...]

Colon Cleansing

By JP Richardson Colon cleansing is one of those dirty subjects that nobody feels like talking about. This is unfortunate, since it is a process that can truly benefit those who undergo it. If more … [Read more...]

Aspirin May Prevent Colon Cancer in Women

By Lance Winslow A recent study showed that taking aspirin could in fact reduce your risk of getting colon cancer. Although the study only involved data taking from a sampling of women, it appears … [Read more...]

Prevent Colon Cancer With 5 Easy Ways

By Sandra Kim Leong Research studies are now going on how best to prevent colon cancer as more and more people are diagnosed with this condition today. It is found that colon cancer usually starts in … [Read more...]

New Views on Weight After Cancer

Nutrition Notes: New Views on Weight After Cancer By Karen Collins, MS, RD, CDN - Weight loss used to be a great cause for worry after someone was diagnosed with cancer, but researchers now say that … [Read more...]

Chronotherapy uses body’s clock to help fight cancer

By Julie Deardorff KNIGHT RIDDER NEWS SERVICE The clock was ticking for Frank Fazio. By the time his colon cancer was discovered, the disease had spread to his abdomen, spine and bones. But instead … [Read more...]

Earlier colon cancer screening

Tue 28 Mar 2006 03:04 PM CST WASHINGTON DC (myDNA News) ~~~~~~~~~~ To learn more visit myDNA's Colorectal Cancer Center Read More ~~~~~~~~~~ A recent study shows that people who drink and smoke … [Read more...]

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