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Anal cancer is a rare malignancy that starts in the anus -- the opening at the end of the rectum. The American Cancer Society estimates that just 5...
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In some cases, there are no symptoms associated with anal cancer, but in about half of patients, bleeding occurs and is often the first sign of the...
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Anal cancer can be detected during a routine digital rectal exam or during a minor procedure, such as removal of what is believed to be a hemorrhoid...
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Anal cancer is primarily treated with a combination of chemotherapy and radiation. This reduces the need for a colostomy and carries a 5 year...
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Anal cancer is an uncommon malignancy that starts in the anus -- the opening at the end of the rectum.The American Cancer Society estimates that just...
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The most common symptom associated with anal cancer is bleeding.Because anal itching can also be a symptom of the cancer, many people initially...
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Anal cancer can be detected during a routine digital rectal exam or during a minor procedure, such as removal of what is believed to be a hemorrhoid...
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