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Here are some helpful resources from WebMD for information on colorectal cancer.
WebMD answers common questions about colorectal cancer, including screening recommendations and tests, and how to combat cancer-related fatigue.
Colorectal Cancer: Tests
An initial test to check for abnormalities in the colon is virtual colonoscopy. WebMD tells you more.
Don’t avoid a colonoscopy because you’re worried about the preparation. Learn what to expect and how to get ready.
Find out about the diagnosis and treatment of adenocarcinoma, a cancer that starts in the lining of glands in your body, including those in your colon, breasts, esophagus, lungs, pancreas, or prostate.
WebMD provides an overview of colorectal polyps and cancer, the second leading cause of cancer death in the U.S.
A diagnosis of cancer can be overwhelming. WebMD has tips for coping and for making preparations to ensure your medical wishes are honored.
WebMD provides a glossary of medical terms related to colorectal cancer.
Personal stories about colorectal cancer.
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