Colorectal Cancer is the third most common cancer (not including skin cancers)

The American Cancer Society reported 130,000 new cases in 2017

The American Cancer society predicts there will be approximately 50,630 deaths due to Colorectal Cancer cases in 2018.

The number of deaths due to colorectal cancer is on the decline thanks to doctors and patients being more proactive with screenings and tests and removing the polyps early on.

What is colon cancer?

What are the symptoms?

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What is a Colonoscopy?

Colonoscopy is a procedure that enables an examiner (usually a gastroenterologist) to evaluate the inside of the colon (large intestine or large bowel). The colonoscope is a four foot long, flexible tube about the thickness of a finger with a camera and a source of light at its tip. The tip of the colonoscope is inserted into the anus and then is advanced slowly, under visual control, into the rectum and through the colon usually as far as the cecum, which is the first part of the colon.

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