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Colorectal Cancer: Finding Help

Find a Doctor Who Specializes in Colon Cancer

Want a second opinion or looking for a doctor that specializes in treating colon cancer? WebMD’s Physician Directory can help you find an oncologist in your area.

Tool: Find a Doctor Who Specializes in Colon Cancer

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Partnering With Your Doctor to Treat Colorectal Cancer

Taking an active role in your medical care is always a good idea. But it's especially important during colorectal cancer treatment. There are a lot of important decisions that you and your team of doctors need to make and it's best if you work together. Being diagnosed with colorectal cancer can make you feel helpless. Becoming involved in the treatment process can give you back a feeling of control. Here are some things you can do to make a partnership with your doctor work. Be an active...

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Colon Cancer Support Group

The best support -- and even answers -- often comes from others living with colon cancer. Join WebMD’s colorectal cancer support group and discuss everything from diet to chemotherapy.

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Question About Colon or Rectal Cancer Pain?

It’s important to get control of your cancer pain. Indie Cooper-Guzman, RN, is here to help.

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Reviewed by David T. Derrer, MD on December 06, 2013
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