The 6 Symptoms of Colon Cancer

The 6 Symptoms of Colon Cancer

According to cancer.org, aside from skin cancer, colorectal cancer ranks as the third most commonly diagnosed cancer among men and women in the United States. Further, the American Cancer Society reports that there were over 100,000 new cases of colon cancer in 2019, which is in addition to over 44,000 new cases involving rectal cancer.

Everything You Need To Know About Living with Prostate Cancer

Everything You Need To Know About Living with Prostate Cancer

In 2015, for every 100,000 men tested, doctors diagnosed 99 men with prostate cancer. Aside from skin cancer, prostate cancer is more prevalent and deadly than any other cancer. Early detection can be a key factor in defeating aggressive and non-aggressive...

7 Signs Indicative Of Colon Cancer

7 Signs Indicative Of Colon Cancer

Colon cancer also called colorectal cancer usually affects the large intestines or colon. The cancerous cells can start as benign infection before turning into full-blown cancer.

Treatment Options for Prostate Cancer

Treatment Options for Prostate Cancer

Prostate cancer is a serious health condition that affects millions of men each year. It most commonly occurs in those who are over 60 years old. But there are occasionally cases of it in men who are much younger than this. Out of all of the kinds of cancer that can...

How To Avoid Prostate Cancer

How To Avoid Prostate Cancer

The prostate is a small gland around the size of a walnut that is responsible for producing seminal fluid. This fluid helps with the transportation and nourishment of sperm. As with most other areas of the body, it's possible for cancer to develop within the prostate...

What Are The Treatments for Stomach Cancer?

What Are The Treatments for Stomach Cancer?

The American Cancer Society projects that more than 27,000 new stomach-related cancer cases will be diagnosed in 2019, affecting the lives of 17,000 men and 10,000 women. Even more distressing, nearly 11,000 people will likely die from the disease. Also referred to as...

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