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  1. Green Tea, White Tea Fight Colon Cancer

    March 11, 2003 -- Perhaps you've never heard of white tea. But there's evidence pointing to the health benefits of green tea and white tea. They may help prevent colon cancer. Antioxidants and polyphenols -- cancer prevention compounds -- are found in highest levels in white tea, which is the least

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  2. Aspirin May Lower Colon Cancer Risk

    March 5, 2003 -- People who take aspirin to protect their hearts may also be protecting themselves against one of the leading causes of cancer death. Two new studies suggest that an aspirin a day may help prevent the formation of polyps that can lead to colon cancer. Researchers found that a daily a

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  3. Colon Polyp Recurrence High

    Feb. 24, 2003 -- If you've had one colon polyp, you'll likely have another. It's more evidence that people need regular screenings to prevent colon cancer. Colon cancer is the third most common cancer in men and women, responsible for more than 57,000 deaths in 2001 alone. Colon polyps, which can le

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  4. Red Meat + Fats + Pasta = Colon Cancer

    Feb. 10, 2003 -- The typical Western diet means more colon cancer for women, a powerful new study shows. The huge study of 76,402 women didn't try to keep them on any specific diet plan. Researcher Teresa Fung, ScD, and her Simmons College/Harvard University team just kept track of what they ate. Th

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  5. Which Colon Screening Method is Safest?

    Feb. 4, 2003 -- Although the benefits of colorectal cancer screening far outweigh the risks for most people, new research shows that sigmoidoscopy procedures may be less likely to cause complications than the more extensive colonoscopy procedure. The study, published in the Feb. 5 issue of the Journ

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  6. Colorectal Cancer Screening Revisited

    Feb. 3, 2003 -- New colorectal cancer screening guidelines released today emphasize the need to start screening at age 50, but scale back the frequency of surveillance or follow-up screening for most people who have already had potentially pre-cancerous growths in their colon removed. Researchers sa

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  7. New Drug Improves Colon Cancer Survival

    Jan. 3, 2003 -- A new kind of cancer treatment makes chemotherapy work better in people with advanced colon cancer. The treatment is Avastin -- formerly called anti-VEGF -- the first of a new kind of cancer therapies. Conventional chemotherapy simply kills fast-growing cells -- including cancer cell

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  8. 'Pill-Cam' Beats X-Ray in Finding Tumors

    Dec. 3, 2002 (Chicago) -- A pill-sized camera that patients swallow in order to take doctors on a "fantastic voyage" through the small intestine is more accurate at detecting ulcers and tumors than either CT scans or traditional X-ray studies, according to researchers from the Mayo Clinic. The "pill

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  9. Colon Cancer Test -- Once May Be Enough

    Dec. 3, 2002 -- Colorectal cancer is highly curable when detected early, but the thought of having a tube inserted into the rectum -- and going back regularly for more -- scares many people away. Now, preliminary results from a new study suggest a less aggressive approach can save lives. The ongoing

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  10. Colon Cancer Rise Linked to Beef, Pork

    Nov. 15, 2002 -- A new study serves as good evidence that a western diet can more than double the risk of colon cancer. Researchers found that an increasingly western diet has led to a dramatic rise in colorectal cancer in Singapore. Rates of the cancer have doubled in the past three decades, largel

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