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Colorectal Cancer Health Center

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Learning how to cope after hearing “you’ve got colorectal cancer” is half the battle. Here you’ll find information to help you deal with everything from stress and fatigue to living with a colostomy.

Living and Coping

A colorectal cancer diagnosis may be frightening, but there are ways to cope with stress and fear so that cancer doesn’t rule your life. Learn how here.

New research shows that regular exercise can prevent recurrences of colorectal cancer and help patients live longer.

Learn how to manage your colostomy so it doesn’t interfere with your normal activities.

After colon cancer surgery, some people require an ileostomy, which connects the end of the small intestine to the skin of the abdomen. Learn what you need to know to care for an ileostomy.

When someone is diagnosed with colorectal cancer, many people are affected. Here are tips to help family and friends cope with a loved one’s diagnosis.

Personal Stories

Personal stories of people living and coping with colorectal cancer.

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