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Fertility Risk an Important Discussion Topic for Young Women Facing Colon Cancer Diagnoses

Although the majority of colon cancer cases occur in individuals aged 50 years and older, rates of colon cancer incidence in the younger-than-50 population are on the rise. Therefore, there are several important considerations for this population that do not impact their older counterparts -...Read more

Can Having Long Legs Increase Your Colon Cancer Risk?

A new study suggests that it may be a possibility. Previous research has linked a person's risk of developing cancer to his or her height, suggesting that taller people may be more prone to disease than their shorter counterparts. This new study makes similar, but slightly more nuanced claims. The...Read more

Happily Married Men More Likely to be Screened for Colon Cancer, Study Finds

According to a new study, men who are happily married to highly educated women are more likely to get screened for colon cancer. Researchers from the University of Chicago evaluated over 800 couples and found that married men over the age of 55 were almost 20 percent more likely to have had a...Read more