Colorectal Cancer

Bowel cancer signs: Six symptoms of the DEADLY condition diagnosed every…

Bowel cancer signs: Six symptoms of the DEADLY condition diagnosed every 15 minutes Bowel cancer is a general term for cancer that begins in the large bowel, and is sometimes called…

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Diet Changes after Colon Cancer

Hi, my name is Kim Rogers and this is the way we changed our nutrition and exercise after stage IV colon cancer. Diet changes after colon cancer were a big deal in our house. We stopped…

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Managing Colorectal Cancer

How do we manage colorectal cancer? Well as you may imagine, it has a lot to do with what stage of the cancer we are dealing with. In many cases, we use staging terminologies such as…

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How Can I Physically Prepare for Colon Cancer Surgery?

Mark Gimbel MD: Colon cancer surgery is pretty demanding on the body. You want to be in tiptop shape if you can. Now, a lot of patients present with advanced tumor and it is not always…

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Screening for Colorectal Cancer: Optimizing Quality (CME). Endoscopist…

[silence] My name is David Lieberman. I'm the Chief of Gastroenterology at Oregon Health and Science University, and I am honored to participate in this effort by the Centers for…

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ECU Doctoral Student Earns Patent for Cancer Drug

I got really lucky coming to East Carolina University to work on this. I didn’t know what I was getting myself into, to be honest with you, and it was just kind of right place at the…

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Genetic Testing for Colorectal Cancer

Hello, my name is Anna McGill and I am the genetic counselor here at Alta Bates Summit Medical Center. As a genetic counselor, it is my job to help women and men with a personal or…

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The Importance of Learning Genetic Make Up of Colorectal Cancer

The genetic makeup of colorectal cancer is becoming increasingly important in its management. The genetic makeup of a tumor helps us to be able to think about therapies that may be…

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Free Bowel Cancer Screening – A Gift for Living

[Music playing] My name’s John Liney, I’m 65 years old and I received the National Bowel Cancer Screening kit and acted upon it. Up until that point, my life’s been pretty good, very…

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GutCheck: Introduction

Everyone should have some kind of colorectal cancer screening routine by the age of fifty, even sooner if you have a family history or other risk factors. Colorectal cancer is the second…

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Free Bowel Cancer Screening – A Gift for Living

[Music playing] My name’s Joan Fitches, I’m 67 years old and I was diagnosed with bowel cancer when I was 65. A few weeks after my 65th birthday, I received a bowel cancer screening…

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What to Expect after Colon Cancer Surgery

The next step in treatment after a patient is gone through surgery really depends on the size of the colon cancer or the tumor. The larger the tumor, the more likely someone is going…

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Do I Need Chemotherapy for Colon Cancer?

Patients are always concerned about whether they actually need chemotherapy. So let's take a moment and talk about who is the ideal candidate for systemic therapy. The decision…

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Gloria Borges Shares What She's Learned from Battling Stage 4 Colon Cancer

So I have learned a lot actually through my long battle here with that stage 4 colon cancer. I think the most that I learned in a period of time in which I learned the most was during…

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Stage 2 Colon Cancer Survivor Describes His Treatment

I was 43 years old when I was diagnosed with stage 2 colon cancer. After receiving a telephone call from my GI doctor, he told me that he had good news for me that it did not appear…

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Should We All Take Aspirin to Prevent Cancer?

"Should We All Take Aspirin to Prevent Cancer?" In people without a personal history of cardiovascular disease, the risks of aspirin may outweigh the benefits, but aspirin may have…

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