Recent Examples of colorectal from the Web
There was even some preliminary data suggesting that extra calcium might reduce the risk of colorectal cancers (Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, Jan. 23, 2008).
His brother, Max, said the cause was colorectal cancer, which had spread to the liver.
The right eating and exercise plan can help lower your risk of colorectal cancer, according to a recent report from the American Institute for Cancer Research and the World Cancer Research Fund.
Compared to the statewide average, Alaska Natives had higher rates of colorectal cancer; kidney and renal pelvis cancer; liver cancer; and lung and bronchus cancer.
Cologuard is meant for people 50 years and older, and at average risk for colorectal cancer.
Only for colorectal cancers has the overall incidence declined, primarily the result of increased screening and removal of precancerous polyps.
Comparing the amount of fiber in the participants’ diets, those with higher consumption of fiber were less likely to have died, especially from colorectal cancer.
Exact Sciences, maker of the Cologuard non-invasive screening test for colorectal cancer, released earnings after the close of regular market trading on Monday.
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medical : of or relating to the lower part of the large intestine : of or relating to the colon and the rectum
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