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Colon cancer no joke - Terre Haute Tribune Star



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Colon cancer no joke 
Terre Haute Tribune Star
Anyone who walked through a giant inflatable colon at The Meadows shopping center on Thursday probably has a better understanding of the development of colorectal cancer. With March being Colon Cancer Awareness Month, Dr. Rajiv Sharma and a team from ...
Medical Monday: Colon Cancer Awareness NewsChannel5.com
Study shows colon cancer on the rise among millennials KTRK-TV
Battles and blessings: Lincoln mom fights stage IV colon cancer 1011now

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'Colon Cancer Chick' brings son to Huntsville Space Center - AL.com



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'Colon Cancer Chick' brings son to Huntsville Space Center 
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Through her work, Debord met colorectal cancer survivor Chip Moore, an engineer at Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville. He told her she should bring her 10-year-old son, Merrick, "NASA's biggest fan," to Huntsville to the U.S. Space & Rocket ...

 


'Exceptional' Milwaukee fire lieutenant dies after battle with colon cancer - Milwaukee Journal Sentinel



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'Exceptional' Milwaukee fire lieutenant dies after battle with colon cancer 
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The longtime Milwaukee firefighter, mother of three and matriarch to her seven siblings never liked being the center of attention. She would want to hear about you: Your kids. Your job. Your pets. Her cancer diagnosis? No, she really did not want to ...

 


Young Roanoke firefighter dies after battle with colon cancer - Roanoke Times



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Young Roanoke firefighter dies after battle with colon cancer 
Roanoke Times
A Roanoke firefighter who was diagnosed with late stage colon cancer more than a year ago died Thursday, Roanoke Fire-EMS officials confirmed Friday. Kali Hurd, 26, was diagnosed with cancer in 2016 after she asked doctors to check out a pain in her ...

 


Moderate delays safe in treating colon cancer - Medical Xpress



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Moderate delays safe in treating colon cancer 
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Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry medical resident Dr. Kerollos Wanis, left, assists Drs. David Bottoni and Robert Black with a cancer-resection surgery at St. Thomas Elgin General Hospital. A recent study from Wanis shows despite ?more. Despite ...

 


Does Fiber Play A Role In Preventing Colon Cancer? - Forbes



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Does Fiber Play A Role In Preventing Colon Cancer? 
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Still, colon cancer is the third most prevalent cancer in the United States, which is why any step you can take to minimize your risk of developing it might be worth the effort. Colon cancer occurs in the large intestine, which comprises the last ...

 


Birth Control and Breast Cancer: Putting the Risk in Perspective - New York Times



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Birth Control and Breast Cancer: Putting the Risk in Perspective 
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Additionally, women have to make sure not to view the breast cancer risk in a vacuum. As I've written before, other cancers also matter. Besides breast cancer, there's evidence that hormonal birth control is associated with higher risks of liver cancer ...

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I Was Diagnosed With Colon Cancer at 36 While Raising 5 Daughters Alone - Health.com



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I Was Diagnosed With Colon Cancer at 36 While Raising 5 Daughters Alone 
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Eventually, I had surgery to remove my ovaries and my uterus, which had a lot of fibroids and some cancer cells. Those surgeries and another blood transfusion were supposed to fix the problem. But by June 2003 I started having intense nausea and ...

 


In a sea of bowel bugs, another species that makes colon cancer grow - STAT



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In a sea of bowel bugs, another species that makes colon cancer grow 
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A colon section from a mouse with colon cancer, given Streptococcus gallolyticus, showing cell growth. Ritesh Kumar, Texas A&M. Twitter · Facebook · LinkedIn · Email · Doximity · Republish; Print. F. or decades, doctors have made a curious observation ...

 


This Extremely Common Drug Given to Alcoholics Also Kills Cancer Cells, and We Finally Know Why - Newsweek



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This Extremely Common Drug Given to Alcoholics Also Kills Cancer Cells, and We Finally Know Why 
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This ?freezes? the cancer cells and prevents them from disposing of unnecessary proteins. The build-up stresses the cancer cells and eventually causes them to die, Science Mag reported. Results were even more pronounced when the drug was combined with ...