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Colorectal Cancer

Feature Video
Colorectal cancer is one of the more commonly diagnosed cancers among both men and women today. Despite the fact that it most exclusively affects older persons, colorectal cancer is continuing to be diagnosed in younger and younger patients. CURE Connections wants to answer any questions you might have when it comes to managing colorectal cancer. This program includes information as shared by an expert physician, and personal accounts from patients and their caretakers who have dealt with colorectal cancer.
Kristie L. Kahl
If patients with colon cancer follow the previously-issued American Cancer Society guidelines on nutrition and physical activity, they can improve outcomes in to survivorship.
With immunotherapy continuing to command headlines in the world of oncology, it’s no surprise that patients with a variety of cancers wonder whether the strategy might help them address and overcome their illnesses.
Beth Fand Incollingo
Funded posthumously by a Jeopardy! winner, an immunotherapy research project is under way.
Jason Harris
The combination induced a 31 percent disease control rate (DCR) in patients with heavily-pretreated metastatic colorectal cancer (mCRC).
John Marshall, M.D.
The understanding of genetic mutations, like tumors that are microsatellite instability-high (MSI-H), and the therapies that go along with them is transforming the world of colorectal cancer, according to John Marshall, M.D.
Immunotherapy may play a growing role in treating gastrointestinal cancers categorized as MSI-high.
Laparoscopy proves safer than open surgery and costs less than robotic resection for colorectal cancer.
Kristie L. Kahl
Next-generation sequencing could help identify MSI-H status in patients, which could have important implications for treatment plans.
Ryan Hamner
A nasty stomach virus might have saved this survivor from colon cancer.

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