Approximately 50,000 people develop colorectal cancer every year.
]To treat this type of cancer most people undergo surgery followed by chemotherapy and/or irradiation.
No Symptoms Are Known In The Early Stages
Colorectal cancer shows no symptoms in the early stages and can thus grow undetected. Often, some time passes before health problems such as diarrhea, nausea, weakness, unexplained weight loss or blood in the stool occur. Unfortunately, these symptoms are not clear, as they apply to a number of other diseases.
Diabetics Are At High Risk
People over 50, diabetics, smokers and people who do not eat fruit and vegetables have a high risk of developing colorectal cancer.
What to Do to Prevent Colorectal Cancer: