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Ways to Prevent Colon Cancer

MedHelp is going blue for Colon Cancer Awareness Month! We've partnered with the Colon Cancer Alliance for this special newsletter to raise awareness about this serious but treatable disease.

Colorectal cancer is the third most common cancer — and the second leading cause of cancer deaths — in men and women combined. But a little extra awareness can make the disease a lot less dangerous. Read on to learn about the signs and how to reduce your risk.

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  More ways to raise your awareness:

What's a colonoscopy really like?
6 tests that help detect colorectal cancer
Catch the warning signs early — track your symptoms


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Never Too Young For Colon Cancer Never Too Young For Colon Cancer

With no family history and no obvious risk factors, Michele Davis never expected to get colon cancer — especially at her age.

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  Help the Colon Cancer Alliance tell the world that colon cancer is preventable, treatable and beatable.
 
"This Test Saved My Life" "This Test Saved My Life"

After various doctors dismissed her symptoms, a flexible sigmoidoscopy revealed that 24-year-old Ashley Havlena had stage III rectal cancer — and it also saved her life.

Ashley's story >
 
Find Answers & Support in Our Community Find Answers & Support in Our Community

Have a question about colon cancer? During the month of March, Dr. Frank Farrell will be answering questions and offering advice in our Colon Cancer community.

Ask now >
 
Survey: Finding Better Treatment Options Survey: Finding Better Treatment Options

Please help us gather information to aid better treatment options for heart attack and diabetes patients by taking this quick, anonymous survey.

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