This issue covers topics such as colorectal cancer screening, the development and implementation of clinical guidelines, and management of stroke patients.
Junk food diets were associated with more colorectal adenomas in patients with Lynch syndrome, who are already at a high risk of developing colorectal cancer due to mutations in mismatch repair ... Lynch syndrome is believed to be responsible for 2% to 7%
QD: News Every Day--U.S. cancer survivors grows to nearly 12 million. ... colorectal cancer survivors (10%). .
were 75 years or older and did not have a prior diagnosis of prostate cancer. ... and a 9% variance for colorectal cancer screening by provider, the authors noted.
eye examinations and hemoglobin A1c testing for patients with diabetes, chlamydia screening, and colorectal cancer screening (adjusted P<0.05 for each).
Berger.“ With a single test, 94% of surgically curable colorectal cancer (American Joint Committee on Cancer stage I and II) is identified.” The DNA test identified significantly more advanced adenomas, ... Similar results were found in the
95% CI, 0.88 to 1.09; P=.76), colorectal cancer (multivitamin and placebo groups, 1.2 and 1.4 events, respectively, per 1,000 person-years; HR, 0.89; 95% ... Researchers noted that total cancer rates were likely influenced by the increased surveillance
Albandar HJ, Markert R, Agrawal S. The relationship between aspirin use and mortality in colorectal cancer. ... Aspirin use for the primary prevention of cardiovascular disease and colorectal cancer: U.S.
The risk of breast cancer may or may not be slightly increased: studies do not agree. ... And a meta-analysis found that the risk of colorectal cancer is also decreased.
Easy ways to reduce cancer risk. Imagine reducing the risk of getting cancer! ... Screening for colorectal cancer also reduced mortality because small pre-cancer polyps can be removed before they become a problem.