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Follow-up care after treatment for colorectal cancer is very important. WebMD tells you what to expect.
WebMD provides answers to questions about living with a colostomy, including care, travel, and supplies.
WebMD explains the basics of participating in a clinical trial if you have colorectal cancer.
Colonoscopy screens for abnormalities, including cancer, in the colon and rectum. Learn more from WebMD.
WebMD offers coping tips for family and friends of someone with diagnosed with colorectal cancer.
Participation in colorectal cancer clinical trials can provide up-to-the-minute treatment. WebMD directs you to organizations that list ongoing clinical trials.
Proctoscopy is a quick examination of the rectum to look for signs of colorectal cancer. WebMD tells you what to expect from the test.
WebMD explains the function of the colon and rectum and how colorectal cancer starts.
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