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a malignant tumor of the colon

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In a recent study, Singh and his colleagues tracked more than 32,000 people who had had colonoscopies that showed no evidence of colorectal cancer or precursor polyps.
LACK OF EXERCISE: Moderate exercise may help prevent colorectal cancer developing.
Simultaneous occurrence of breast cancer and colorectal cancer before age 50 was 0.
Breast cancer was three times as likely to be diagnosed before age 50 (22% of cases) as was colorectal cancer (8% of cases).
The study helps executives estimate Colorectal Cancer market potential, assess unmet need, develop drug forecasting models, and build population-based health management frameworks.
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The researchers randomly assigned 403 people with untreated colorectal cancer to get bevacizumab, while 412 similar patients received a placebo.
Dent became a champion on behalf of colorectal cancer patients, survivors, and caregivers across the United States.
Each member has shown a vested interest in our cause and is prepared to ensure colorectal cancer is a national priority on the Hill.
In the long run, if [the new test] can predict early colorectal cancer, it will require fewer people to have colonoscopies," says Robert C.
It also reviews key players involved in the therapeutic development for Colorectal Cancer and special features on late-stage and discontinued projects.
Researchers reported recently that the mutation, called 11307K, is found in 6 percent of Ashkenazi Jews but that more than 10 percent of Jewish colorectal cancer patients they studied carry the mutation (SN: 8/30/97, p.
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