Colorectal Cancer

A growth of cells called colon cancer starts in the colon, a section of the large intestine. The first and longest segment of the big intestine is called the colon. The last segment of the digestive system is the large intestine. Food is broken down by the digestive system and used by the body. Colon cancer can strike anyone at any age, but it usually strikes older persons. Usually, it starts off as little cell clusters inside the colon called polyps. Colorectal cancer encompasses various subtypes, each with distinct characteristics and treatment considerations. Some common types include:


  • Adenocarcinoma
  • Carcinoid tumours

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