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Every year, about one million new cases of colon cancer are diagnosed worldwide. About 150,000 new cases are detected each year in the United States. Over a lifetime, about 1 in 19 people develop colon cancer and nearly 50,000 people are expected to die from it in the U.S. this year. According to the American Cancer Society, colon cancer is the third leading cause of cancer-related death in the U.S., accounting for about 10 percent of all cancer deaths.
Novel high-resolution taxonomy facilitates effective management of CRC patients

Novel high-resolution taxonomy facilitates effective management of CRC patients

New gene linked to the growth of colon cancer discovered

New gene linked to the growth of colon cancer discovered

Novel nanoparticle therapeutic shows potential for treating human cancers

Novel nanoparticle therapeutic shows potential for treating human cancers

Study shows new potential target for CAR T cells to inhibit solid tumors

Study shows new potential target for CAR T cells to inhibit solid tumors

Study shows how innate lymphoid cells may help to treat inflammatory bowel disease

Study shows how innate lymphoid cells may help to treat inflammatory bowel disease

Immune cell migration contributes to inefficient antitumor immunity, study finds

Immune cell migration contributes to inefficient antitumor immunity, study finds

New approach to assess motility and invasive capacity of cancer cells in a tissue section

New approach to assess motility and invasive capacity of cancer cells in a tissue section

New discovery likely to result in cancer vaccine development

New discovery likely to result in cancer vaccine development

Researchers discover new fluorescent DNA label, likely to help detect cancer risk

Researchers discover new fluorescent DNA label, likely to help detect cancer risk

Researchers discover dysregulation of transfer RNA expression in cancer

Researchers discover dysregulation of transfer RNA expression in cancer

Study: Global human microbiome research is heavily biased in favor of wealthy countries

Study: Global human microbiome research is heavily biased in favor of wealthy countries

Synthetic food additive causes detrimental effects on the gut microbiota

Synthetic food additive causes detrimental effects on the gut microbiota

Treatment with common allergy medication linked to improved immunotherapy response

Treatment with common allergy medication linked to improved immunotherapy response

New molecule can effectively deplete cancer-protecting cells inside tumors

New molecule can effectively deplete cancer-protecting cells inside tumors

Study analyzes the role of eIF4A3 protein in cancer cell growth

Study analyzes the role of eIF4A3 protein in cancer cell growth

Study explores the effectiveness of a natural protein against colon cancer cells

Study explores the effectiveness of a natural protein against colon cancer cells

New multimodal diagnostic can detect cancer cells and pinpoint tumor location

New multimodal diagnostic can detect cancer cells and pinpoint tumor location

Updated Families SHARE workbook helps people use family history to assess disease risk

Updated Families SHARE workbook helps people use family history to assess disease risk

ASU study reveals how diets high in saturated fats cause colon cancer

ASU study reveals how diets high in saturated fats cause colon cancer

Commonly used antidepressant drugs can also help the immune system to attack cancer

Commonly used antidepressant drugs can also help the immune system to attack cancer

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