Articles for Tag: "colon cancer"

U.S. cancer deaths decline 
U.S. cancer deaths decline
A new American Cancer Society report credits better prevention, screening and treatment to the lower rate of cancer deaths.
The link between HPV and cancer 
The link between HPV and cancer
An expert explains what role HPV vaccination plays in preventing several types of gynecological cancers. Learn more.
Is genetic counseling right for you?  Featured
Is genetic counseling right for you?
Everyone wants to know what the future holds for their health. And the answer could be in your genes. Here’s what you need to know.
Cancer tests: What you need to know  Featured
Cancer tests: What you need to know
Physicians say tests to detect cancer are not all created equal. Find out which ones the experts recommend.
New test provides better accuracy in detecting colon cancer 
New test provides better accuracy in detecting colon cancer
A new non-invasive screening is showing positive results for detecting colorectal cancer in early stages.
The real connection between meat and colon cancer 
The real connection between meat and colon cancer
Opinions go back and forth about whether eating meat can raise the risk of colon cancer. Whether we land on an answer or not, here are three truths to consider the next time meat is on the menu.
Cancer deaths decline, but a long way to go 
Cancer deaths decline, but a long way to go
Cancer deaths have declined 20 percent in the last two decades. And while that’s good news, the American Cancer Society (ACS) reminds us that we […]