More Tests for Colorectal Cancer
An initial test to check for abnormalities in the colon is virtual colonoscopy. WebMD tells you more.
Find out from WebMD what happens before, during, and after a colonoscopy, a test that examines your rectum and lower bowel for abnormalities.
Colorectal Cancer and Fatigue
Fatigue is a common side effect of colorectal cancer and its treatment. WebMD tells you more.
Colorectal Cancer Clinical Trials
Participation in colorectal cancer clinical trials can provide up-to-the-minute treatment. WebMD directs you to organizations that list ongoing clinical trials.
Tips for Family and Friends of People With Colorectal Cancer
WebMD offers coping tips for family and friends of someone with diagnosed with colorectal cancer.
Colorectal Cancer Prevention
Get tips from WebMD on how to prevent colorectal cancer.
Living With a Colostomy
Having a colostomy requires adjustments, but doesn't have to change your life. Learn more from WebMD.
Colorectal Cancer Resources
Here are some helpful resources from WebMD for information on colorectal cancer.
What You Need to Know About Proctoscopy
Proctoscopy is a quick examination of the rectum to look for signs of colorectal cancer. WebMD tells you what to expect from the test.
Colorectal Cancer Glossary of Terms
WebMD provides a glossary of medical terms related to colorectal cancer.