Diet & Colon Cancer
Research continues to delve into the link between diet and colon cancer to learn what foods you should eat and what foods you should avoid to help protect yourself.
When Should I Be Screened?
Doctors recommend certain screening tests for healthy people with no signs or symptoms in order to look for early signs of colon cancer. Finding colon cancer at its earliest stage provides…
According to the Mayo Clinic, people with an average risk of colon cancer can consider screening beginning at age 50.
Health History Affects Your Colon Cancer Risk
According to the National Cancer Institute, anything that increases your chance of getting a disease is called a risk factor. Having a risk factor does not mean that you will get cancer…
More about Colorectal Cancer
Research is always going on in the area of colorectal cancer. According to the American Cancer Society, scientists are looking for causes and ways to prevent colorectal cancer, better ways to find it early…
Patient & Family Support Navigators
Colon Cancer Alliance’s certified Patient & Family Support Navigators can guide you through your screening, treatment or survivorship journey, offering resources and making life just a little easier.