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Physician talks colon and colorectal cancer after death of AR Sen. Greg Standridge - KATV



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Physician talks colon and colorectal cancer after death of AR Sen. Greg Standridge 
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"In general, colorectal cancer starts off as polyps,? said Dr. Laryea. ?Polyps are benign growths in the colon. However, if they are not removed, then they can continue to grow and turn into cancer." While some patients see no symptoms, others may ...

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If You've Been Congested For Months, This Problem May Be To Blame - Women's Health



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If You've Been Congested For Months, This Problem May Be To Blame 
Women's Health
While polyps that form in other parts of the body, like the colon and rectum, can be malignant and cause cancer, nasal polyps are largely benign and more accurately described as severe inflammation than as growths, Tabaee explained. "It is rare to have ...

 


New artificial intelligence can detect colorectal cancer in less than a second, researchers say - USA TODAY



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New artificial intelligence can detect colorectal cancer in less than a second, researchers say 
USA TODAY
Japanese researchers demonstrated an artificial intelligence capable of identifying and analyzing polyps found during a colonoscopy in less than a second. The computer-assisted diagnostic system was revealed during the United European Gastroenterology ...
AI-Assisted Detection Identifies Colon Cancer Automatically and in Real-Time Futurism
Start Colon Cancer Screening at Age 45, Evidence Suggests Medscape
New Use of AI Accurately Detected Cancer 86 Percent of the Time Inverse
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You May Need a Colon Cancer Screening Sooner Than You Think - Men's Health



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You May Need a Colon Cancer Screening Sooner Than You Think 
Men's Health
For example, the number of colon polyps?small growths which can develop into cancer?nearly doubled from the 40 to 44-year-old age group to the 45 to 49-year-old group. That's much smaller than the 19 percent increase in polyps detected from the 45 to ...
Colonoscopies Should Start at 45, Not 50, According to European Study HowStuffWorks

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APC protein affects colon cancer immunity by preventing pre-cancerous inflammation - Medical Xpress



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APC protein affects colon cancer immunity by preventing pre-cancerous inflammation 
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Research led by scientists at the Institut Pasteur and Inserm have recently demonstrated that mutations to this gene do not only lead to the emergence of colon polyps, they also harm the immune system, leaving it unable to tackle inflammation of the ...

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MolecularMD to Offer Promega Microsatellite Instability Technology - GenomeWeb



MolecularMD to Offer Promega Microsatellite Instability Technology 
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In early studies, this new panel has shown increased sensitivity in colon polyps as well as tumor types outside of colorectal cancer. "MolecularMD continues to build out a meaningful immuno-oncology test portfolio that closely aligns with our client's ...

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Smoking and Effects on the Stomach - News-Medical.net



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Smoking and Effects on the Stomach 
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Smoking leads to numerous diseases and several types of cancers of the digestive system, such as stomach cancer, bowel cancer and colon polyps. The diseases caused as a result of smoking leads to the deaths of about 400,000 Americans annually.

 


Genetic, environment issues cause men to die earlier than women - Craig Daily Press



Genetic, environment issues cause men to die earlier than women 
Craig Daily Press
Colorectal health: A flexible scope examines the rectum, sigmoid and descending colon for cancer at its earliest and treatable stages. It also detects polyps, benign growths that can progress to cancer if not detected early. ? Chest X-ray: Should be ...

 


Tronetti: Colon cancer common but preventable - Florida Today



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Tronetti: Colon cancer common but preventable 
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Colon cancer is the third most common type of cancer in the United States, and the second deadliest. It is also considered the most preventable. Routine colonoscopies offer a chance to find and remove precancerous polyps before they can degenerate into ...

 


12 Years of Training Preps Gastroenterologist - Atlanta Jewish Times



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12 Years of Training Preps Gastroenterologist 
Atlanta Jewish Times
There is also something very satisfying about removing colon polyps and preventing cancer. AJT: What do you do when you're not removing polyps? Mendel: I love cooking. I think it is my way of using my degree in chemistry and perhaps a bit of a creative ...