Will Bacon Give you Colorectal Cancer?

by the Fight CRC patient resources team The World Health Organization’s (WHO) findings about processed meat and its connection to colorectal cancer made a huge splash and trended worldwide. It’s very encouraging that world health leaders are spending time examining the research to think about…

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Meet the One Million Strong – Edith B. from Connecticut

MEET EDITH Edith Bruce, Survivor From Meriden, CT EDITH’S STORY I am a 38-year-old hispanic female with a family history of colon cancer.  In May 2013, I was diagnosed with colon cancer.  In the weeks that followed I went through extensive tests and finally had…

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Bone-Density Drug Could Lower Colorectal Cancer Risk

Israeli and American researchers reported this week in the Journal of Clinical Oncology on a new study suggesting that postmenopausal women taking alendronate (Fosamax) were less likely to develop colorectal cancer. The results are “intriguing,” said Eric Jacobs, the American Cancer Society’s Strategic Director of…

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Prostate Cancer Treatment Increases Risk of Colorectal Cancer

A commonly used treatment for prostate cancer may increase the risk of colorectal cancer. Older men with prostate cancer who received treatment that reduced androgen had a 30 to 40 percent higher risk of getting colorectal cancer than men who didn’t have the therapy. The…

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Colorectal Cancer and Meat — What's the Connection?

Are those steaks and hot dogs bad for you? Several studies have found a connection between eating red and processed meat and colorectal cancer.  But the reason for that connection hasn’t been clear. To answer the question, researchers collected detailed information about the type of…

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Have a Cancer-Safe Summer

  A number of studies have found that red meat and processed meats — the hamburgers, steaks, and hotdogs of summer backyard barbeques — increase risk for colon and rectal cancer.  Grilling those meats at high temperatures makes the risk even higher. Eating more fruits…

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Colorectal Cancer News in Brief: April 24

C3 Advocate Verna Cox was featured in the Philadelphia Daily News yesterday, and there’s a link to her story as well as links to the winning entries in the Get Screened Video Contest. This week, we also report research showing that the elderly benefit from…

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