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Explore strategies and resources that can aid communities in achieving a balanced diet.
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Software powered by artificial intelligence can help identify potential polyps in folks who prefer an endoscopy over a colonoscopy.
Anti-inflammatory diets can suppress the growth of colorectal cancer tumors via immune system pathways.
Black, brown, and low-income communities are more likely to live in locations with sparse options for fresh, healthy dietary choices.
This article summarizes information and services available specifically for those who provide care to colorectal cancer patients.
Using two fecal tests instead of one increased the sensitivity levels of the testing method for colorectal cancer.
Regular screening is crucial for early detection of colorectal cancer.
Is decreasing your physical activity over time linked with higher colorectal cancer risk than never being active to begin with?
Research shows that colorectal cancer patients with African ancestry had shorter survival and fewer mutations needed for immunotherapy.
The ability to better detect colorectal and precancerous adenomas play an important role in global prevention efforts.
Plus: Watch how a New York clinic aims to improve colorectal cancer screening rates.
Clinicians can utilize this information to better monitor their patients and improve CRC outcomes with evidence-based treatment solutions.
Many TikTok users share their experiences with colonoscopies, which can demystify the cancer screening process.
Colorectal screening goals have yet to be met and may be difficult to meet, according to CDC report findings.
Alessandro Mannuci, MD, discusses the relation between Lynch Syndrome, colorectal cancer and the microbiome.
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