Aspirin may lower the risk of cancer deaths among women and men, according to a new study.
Ignoring the early symptoms is one of the main reasons behind the rise in number.
Colon and rectal cancer are growing in numbers for young people ages 20 to 30.
A new study has found that retinoic acid, a compound derived from vitamin A, can play a major role in treating and suppressing colon cancer.
A 3D hydrogel biochip, a new way of detecting Colorectal Cancer in the early stages, has been discovered by the scientists at the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology.
More people under 50 are getting colon cancer, according to a recent study.
New findings published in the journal Nature Medicine reveal how a certain tumor suppressor molecule that works to prevent tumor growth could actually lead to a new personalized approach in the treatment of colon cancer.
There may be a new way to fight cancer: cinnamon. Scientists have found that a compound derived from cinnamon may be an inhibitor of colorectal cancer in mice.
New findings published in the Journal of Nutritional Biochemistry suggest that walnuts could help to slow the growth of colon cancer. Researchers found that a diet that threw in some walnuts to the mix helped to slow colorectal tumor growth, otherwise known as the third most common cancer diagnosed ...
Previous findings have shown that regular use of aspirin or other non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAID) can reduce the risk of colorectal cancer. However, new findings published in JAMA show that some individuals with rare genetic variants do not share the same benefit.
Researchers at Keck Medicine of the University of Southern California (USC) have traced the origins of colorectal cancer cells, showing important clues to why tumor cells are relatively harmless or metastasize, in certain cases.