Colon Cancer, Treatment and Prognosis

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'/outgoing/article_exit_link/4367603']);" href="http://www-">Colon cancer</a> is also called as
colorectal cancer. Colon cancer is referred as malignant tumor in which
there will be an unusual growth of cells inside the colon or rectum than
the required rate. Colon cancer starts from the inner lining of the large
intestine, this is the common part for the occurrence of colon cancer. So
removal of these colonic polyps can prevent from the occurrence of colon
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<p>It is often referred to as colorectal cancer. Colon cancers usually
are adenocarcinomas, which mean that they begin in cells releasing mucus
and other type of fluids.</p>
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<p>Colon cancer is responsible for most of the deaths elated to cancer,
but doctors say that an early diagnosis can reduce the risk. Immediate
action can also lead to full cure of a patient. The risk of having colon
cancer increases, if you have cancer elsewhere in your body.</p>
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<p>Apart from the above stated reasons, the risk of having colon cancer
also depends on your diet. Doctors say that chances of colon cancer may
increase, if you are having red meat and a high fat with low fibre diet.
Some genetic syndromes may be also responsible in developing colon
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<p>There is not an absolute method for preventing colon cancer. Still,
there are steps an individual can take to dramatically lessen the risk or
to identify the precursors of colon cancer so that it does not manifest
itself. People who turn age 50, and all of those with a history of colon
cancer in their families, should speak with their physicians about the
most recent screening recommendations from physician and cancer
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<p>Colon cancer is preventable. The most important step towards
preventing colon cancer is getting a screening test. Colon cancer is
caused by the abnormal growth of cells in the lining of the bowel.
Usually small lumps called polyps begin to form.</p>
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<p>Colorectal cancer is the second most common cancer killer overall and
third most common cause of cancer-related death in the United States in
both males and females. Who is at risk for colorectal cancer. It is most
common in people over age 50. Colon cancer is easily treated, and even
cured in some cases, if lesions are caught early. The problem is that
most people don't know they are harboring cancerous growths, since the
disease has very few symptoms.</p>
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<p>While you are doing your colon cleanse, make sure you are getting
plenty of sleep and exercise. Exercise is believed to reduce the risk of
colon cancer. Light exercise is also a good way of getting the blood
circulating in your body. Gentle, no-impact exercise safe and beneficial
for people of all ages. There are tons of exercise programs and plans out
there, or just walking for at least 12-15 minutes a day is beneficial to
the colon function.</p>
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<p>A significant protective factor is adequate dietary calcium intake
during the period of maximum growth, ages 9 and 25 years, so that proper
peak bone mass is achieved by age 20and 30 years and maintained until
mid-life, with only slow bone loss in the following years. As already
noted, dietary surveys indicate a significant gap between the recommended
calcium intake and the actual intake in the United States in the critical
years of adolescence and young adulthood and later in life.</p>
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