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Colon Cancer

Also called: Colorectal Cancer

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Sometimes it can be hard to get used to being healthy.  This could be something as simple as having trouble with your digestion.  Try...
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You get paid net 15. Commission Junction send payments on the 15 th of every month for all the sales in last month. For example, you have got 20...
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Hi Sorry its one of the side effects, go get your surgery done, see how things go from then, but after try thinking implant, works a treat for most...
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No...eye floaters are very common and are not linked to cancer.
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Hi Blood in stools or urine see your doctor ASAPMake that a golden rule, always.Good Luck
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Hi, your mom's oncologist is in the best position to assess the do's and don'ts while receiving cancer treatment. Is she receiving...
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Hi Are your stools really hard then? this could be part of you problem. Try taken two table spoons of olive oil twice a day, this should help soften...
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Hi We are what we eat, by the sound of it you are in need of fibre.You need to get healthy, keep of fast foods, and junk foods and forget sodas, just...
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my mother had 3 different types of cancer one at a time and spread apart by years. my sisters and i believe its in the blood stream once you get one...
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Push the insurance company. Do NOT take "no" as the first answer, and ask to talk to the medical director, or better yet, have your...
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There is really no way of knowing. The stage of a cancer cannot be determine by feeling it.I am so sorry to hear about your father.
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ABSOLUTELY, and make sure they do a biopsy....only way I was finally diagnosed with collagenous colitis....best decision ever!!!!
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That is a question you need to ask your Gastrointerologist but I am sure that during a colonoscopy, anything that is snipped, is biopsied for sure!
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Hi Look at this site, http://www.cancer.org/cancer/colonandrectumcancer/detailedguide/colorectal-cancer-stagedthen look under JTCC Staging System...
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Find a new PCP and talk directly with the medical director of your insurance company or the medical group.  I don't know your age, but your...
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