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Colorectal Cancer is cancer that develops in the colon (the longest part of the large intestine) and/or the rectum (the last several inches of the large intestine before the anus). In the United States, it is the fourth most common cancer in men and women. Caught early, it is often curable.
Appendiceal cancer among young patients harbors a distinct biology, shows study

Appendiceal cancer among young patients harbors a distinct biology, shows study

Study confirms that telomere shortening helps prevent cancer in humans

Study confirms that telomere shortening helps prevent cancer in humans

Checkpoint inhibitors offer a promising solution for hard-to-treat cancers

Checkpoint inhibitors offer a promising solution for hard-to-treat cancers

Scientists discover link between two signaling pathways crucial to growth of colon cancer

Scientists discover link between two signaling pathways crucial to growth of colon cancer

Study shows how cancer remodels human chromosomes for its own purposes

Study shows how cancer remodels human chromosomes for its own purposes

Study shows molecular link between diet and cancer risk

Study shows molecular link between diet and cancer risk

Cell-cultured meat can surpass nutritional profile of conventionally farmed meat

Cell-cultured meat can surpass nutritional profile of conventionally farmed meat

Scientists Kill Cancer Cells By 'Shutting The Door' To The Nucleus

Scientists Kill Cancer Cells By 'Shutting The Door' To The Nucleus

Study identifies genetic factors linked to higher risk of capecitabine-induced hand-foot syndrome

Study identifies genetic factors linked to higher risk of capecitabine-induced hand-foot syndrome

Researchers unravel the molecular basis underlying colorectal cancer

Researchers unravel the molecular basis underlying colorectal cancer

Researchers add a component to make cancer vaccine more effective

Researchers add a component to make cancer vaccine more effective

Genetic background influences cancer risk in individuals with single-gene variants

Genetic background influences cancer risk in individuals with single-gene variants

Scientists discover gut bacteria’s role in battling cancerous tumors

Scientists discover gut bacteria’s role in battling cancerous tumors

Study reveals key biochemical processes that advance understanding of colorectal cancer

Study reveals key biochemical processes that advance understanding of colorectal cancer

Enzyme in the gut could provide a useful biomarker for intestinal diseases

Enzyme in the gut could provide a useful biomarker for intestinal diseases

Aspirin may increase risk of disease progression in older adults with advanced cancer

Aspirin may increase risk of disease progression in older adults with advanced cancer

New study breaks down the risk of stomach cancer in non-white Americans

New study breaks down the risk of stomach cancer in non-white Americans

Researchers show how gut microbiomes change the nature of cancer mutations

Researchers show how gut microbiomes change the nature of cancer mutations

Deep learning algorithm can infer molecular alterations in cancer from histology images

Deep learning algorithm can infer molecular alterations in cancer from histology images

Chronic inflammation disrupts tissue structure of the colon, study finds

Chronic inflammation disrupts tissue structure of the colon, study finds

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