With well over 93,000 new cases each year, colorectal cancer is the third most common type of cancer in the United States. But did you know that something as simple as a common vitamin could help curb those numbers? Stick with me and I’ll tell you ... Read More
In a new study published in the journal Stem Cell Reports, researchers suggest that by targeting dormant colorectal cancer cells instead of active tumor cells, they can control stem cell behavior that leads to the spread of colorectal cancer.
The new... Read More
March is National Colorectal Awareness Month. The annual campaign helps raise awareness of colorectal cancer—the major gastrointestinal cancer affecting the large intestine and rectum.
In the U.S., colorectal cancer is considered the third most com... Read More
Colon cancer, like many other forms of cancer, can be a result of how you live your life. If you practice certain lifestyle traits, you can lower your risk of getting the disease, while others can heavily increase the risk.
Colon cancer is rather sca... Read More
I’ve been driving my dad to get colonoscopies for years. Every time it’s the same procedure: nearly a week of eating a specific diet, then drinking a couple of liters of a solution to clean him out. Of course, there’s the stress of knowing what... Read More
A new study from Johns Hopkins may hold the key to unlocking a revolutionary form of cancer treatment.
The research team discovered that cancer hides in cells, making it difficult for your immune system to track it down and slow its progress. They fo... Read More
Here’s some good news on the cancer front: Toronto researchers think they may be zeroing in on a treatment for colorectal cancer. It all has to do with disarming the gene responsible for allowing colorectal cancer cells to grow and spread. It is th... Read More
Colorectal cancer is the second leading cause of cancer death in the U.S., just behind lung cancer which remains the number one killer. What’s important to know about cancer in the colon or rectum is that it’s much easier to stop in the early sta... Read More