Colorectal Cancer
Colorectal Cancer
Tamara ThomasColorectal Cancer | June 13, 2024
The largest percentage increase (in CRC) was observed in children aged 10-14, with a staggering 500% rise in cases.
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Urban Health Today EditorsColorectal Cancer | June 1, 2024
Dr. Craig Eagle, CMO of Guardant Health, discusses how DNA-Based Colorectal Cancer Blood Screening can address CRC disparity.
Lou PorteroColorectal Cancer | May 29, 2024
If those individuals also have a higher risk of colorectal cancer, we can infer that obesity is linked to colorectal cancer.
Tamara ThomasColorectal Cancer | May 16, 2024
Body size, insulin levels, alcohol intake, and educational level may likely drive colorectal cancer in people under 50.
Lou PorteroColorectal Cancer | March 26, 2024
Black patients with early-onset CRC receive worse and less-timely care than their White counterparts.
Tamara ThomasColorectal Cancer | January 5, 2024
Dr. Daniela Penz and colleagues sought to understand colorectal cancer (CRC) incidence trends among younger adults.
Tamara ThomasColorectal Cancer | August 9, 2023
Researchers identified seven risk factors for early-onset colorectal cancer for men under 50.
Tamara ThomasColorectal Cancer | August 2, 2023
NICE advised doctors to offer people who show signs and symptoms of colorectal cancer a fecal immunochemical test (FIT).
Lou PorteroCancer | June 23, 2023
People who live in historically redlined areas are less likely to have health insurance, or access to cancer screening.
Tamara ThomasColorectal Cancer | April 14, 2023
"Salmonella hijacks essential host signaling pathways, and these molecular manipulations may cause oncogenic transformation."
Lou PorteroCancer | January 20, 2023
There is a 6% increase in the risk of black patients undergoing emergency CRC surgery compared with white patients. 
Lou PorteroColorectal Cancer | January 19, 2023
Clostridioides difficile (C. difficile) is a bacterial species most commonly known for causing diarrheal infections.
Rebecca AraujoColorectal Cancer | January 3, 2023
Incidence rates of early-onset colorectal cancer (CRC) are similar among Black and White individuals aged 40 to 49 years.
Lou PorteroColorectal Cancer | December 14, 2022
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Lou PorteroColorectal Cancer | January 20, 2023
Cindy Borassi, President of the Colon Cancer Foundation discusses the new colorectal cancer screening guidelines ...
Rob DillardColorectal Cancer | January 3, 2023
A new study finds that Black people incur a higher risk of colorectal cancer due to lack of screening, according to a ...
Lou PorteroColorectal Cancer | January 3, 2023
A retrospective Johns Hopkins study examined the ability of trained nurse practitioners to perform colonoscopies, a ...
Kaitlyn D’OnofrioColorectal Cancer | January 3, 2023
Racial disparities in colorectal cancer (CRC) have been documented previously—a disparity recently highlighted by the ...
Kaitlyn D’OnofrioColorectal Cancer | December 14, 2022
The death of Black Panther star Chadwick Boseman late last month was a tragedy in Hollywood. In 2016 the 43-year-old ...
Rob DillardColorectal Cancer | May 14, 2023
In this study, researchers analyzed data on 5,075 patients who underwent first-time colonoscopies from 2006-2010.
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