Skip to content
My WebMD Sign In, Sign Up

Colorectal Cancer Health Center

News and Features Related to Colorectal Cancer

  1. Aspirin Blocks Only Some Colon Cancer

    May 23, 2007 - New insights into how colorectal cancers develop could lead to a targeted approach for using aspirin and other anti-inflammatory drugs to prevent the disease. While regular aspirin use has been shown to lower colorectal cancer risk, the risks associated with frequent use are believed

    Read Full Article
  2. New Pill May Screen for Colon Cancer

    May 22, 2007 -- In the future, getting screened for colon cancer may be as simple as taking a pill. Researchers say they are encouraged by early results from an ongoing study comparing a pill-delivered imaging device with colonoscopy for detection of colon polyps and colon cancer screening. Colon po

    Read Full Article
  3. Aspirin May Stop Colon Cancer

    May 10, 2007 -- Five years of daily, full-dose aspirin cuts colon cancer risk by as much as 74%, a U.K. study suggests. The finding contradicts earlier U.S. studies that saw no effect of aspirin on a person's risk of getting colon cancer. University of Oxford researchers Enrico Flossman, MRCP; Peter

    Read Full Article
  4. Class May Drive Colon Cancer Race Gap

    April 23, 2007 -- Colon cancer survival rates are worse for blacks than whites, and that may largely be due to social and economic factors, according to a new research review. The reviewers, who work in Houston at the University of Texas Health Science Center, included Xianglin Du, MD, PhD. They not

    Read Full Article
  5. Colon Polyp Return Likelier in Men

    April 16, 2007 (Los Angeles) -- Men who have had a potentially precancerous polyp removed during colonoscopy are more likely to develop new polyps than are women, a new study shows. Obese people and those over age 65 are also at increased risk for having recurrent new growths that can lead to colon

    Read Full Article
  6. Tony Snow's Cancer Returns

    March 28, 2007 -- White House spokesman Tony Snow is facing a recurrence of colon cancer. Snow, 51, had surgery on Monday to remove a growth in his abdomen. Lab tests show that the growth is cancerous and that the cancer had spread. Doctors have found cancer in his liver. "It's a recurrence of the c

    Read Full Article
  7. Fruit May Sway Colon Cancer Risk

    March 20, 2007 -- Eating lots of fruit and little meat may help prevent precancerous colon polyps, a new study shows. The take-home message: "Eat more fruit, eat less meat, and don't stop eating your vegetables," Gregory Austin, MD, MPH, tells WebMD. Austin is a gastroenterology fellow at the Univer

    Read Full Article
  8. Avastin Slows Colon Cancer Growth

    Jan. 22, 2007 (Orlando) -- An anticancer drug that starves tumors of a blood supply can help delay progression in patients with advanced colon cancer . In a study of more than 1,400 patients, those who took the drug Avastin in addition to standard chemotherapy remained alive without worsening of the

    Read Full Article
  9. Avastin Slows Colon Cancer Growth

    Jan. 23, 2007 (Orlando) -- An anticancer drug that starves tumors of a blood supply can help delay progression in patients with advanced colon cancer. In a study of more than 1,400 patients, those who took the drug Avastin in addition to standard chemotherapy remained alive without worsening of thei

    Read Full Article
  10. Calcium May Reduce Colon Cancer Risk

    Jan. 16, 2007 -- Calcium seems to protect high-risk people from developing the polyps that can lead to colorectal cancer -- and the benefits appear to last long after calcium supplementation ends. Patients with a history of nonmalignant polyps took either 1,200 milligrams of calcium in supplement fo

    Read Full Article
Displaying 101 - 110 of 231 Articles << Prev Page 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 Next >>

Today on WebMD

colorectal cancer slideshow
SLIDESHOW
what is your cancer risk
HEALTH CHECK
 
Colon Cancer Survival
VIDEO
Kemeny Chemo Side Effects
VIDEO
 

bread
ARTICLE
Colon vs Rectal Cancer
VIDEO
 
New Colorectal Treatments
VIDEO
can lack of sleep affect your immune system
FEATURE
 

Cancer Facts Quiz
QUIZ
Virtual Colonoscopy
VIDEO
 
Picture of the Colon
ANATOMY
Vitamin D
SLIDESHOW
 

WebMD Special Sections