Blog Posts - Colon Cancer



Is Hemorrhoids And Piles Are Same?

Hemorrhoids or piles as commonly known can be placed outside or inside the rectum (anal canal). It happens when the mucous tissue part of the rectal canal is removed exposing the little blood vessels which become engorged. Initially, the bright red b...
by Colon Health Reviews on Apr 9, 2013

12 Foot That Prevent Cancer

Cancer is a worldwide epidemic and if we go with facts, every day there one person gets clinically identified as having some form of melanoma. But it's not all a lost cause because according to numerous analysis performed worldwide, there are 2 preve...
by Colon Health Reviews on Apr 6, 2013

Colon Cancer Facts

According to the American Cancer Society, colorectal cancer is the 3rd most common cancer and the 3rd leading cause of cancer death. Colorectal cancer often develops without any symptoms, but the great news is that it can be preventable if caught ear...
by Way To Be Healthy on Apr 4, 2013

2nd Chemo Cancelled till next Week

Yesterday I went to get my 2nd Chemo but the blood work came back negative. Apparently my white blood count is down and must come back up to continue chemo.  Chemotherapy often damages the bone marrow that produces red and white blood cells...
by Gratitude vs Hopelessness on Apr 2, 2013

Test To Identify Melanoma Of Colon

Assessments that test the colon and anus are used to identify (find) and diagnose melanoma of the colon. The following tests and techniques may be used: Physical assessment and  history record : An assessment of the body to assess common signs...
by Colon Health Reviews on Apr 1, 2013

My First Chemo Treatment

March 18, I started Chemotherapy, after being diagnosed stage 4 Liver and Colon cancer. This is a more aggressive treatment.  They had me there all day and sent me home with a chemo pak as I have a implanted chemo port and continued the chem...
by Gratitude vs Hopelessness on Mar 30, 2013

One Simple Test Can Help You Fight The Battle Against Colon Cancer

Colorectal cancer (CRC) is the second leading cause of cancer-related deaths in the United States for both women and men. This disease surpasses both breast and prostate cancer in mortality, Continue Reading →...
by Give Me Cash on Mar 27, 2013

Love NOT Fear

  All my faith, I put in the Lord when I decided that I had to stop drinking. I embraced the promises of the big book and let go let God. I begin to walk with the Lord. Knowing that he knows best for me. He will carry me through this too! I...
by Gratitude vs Hopelessness on Mar 19, 2013

Shave my Head or go for the Cold Cap?

My earliest memories are of brushing my grandmother's hair. Her hair was to the back of her knees. I always admired her and her love for Jesus Christ. I wanted my hair long like hers. Twice in my life my long hair was cut by force by two differe...
by Gratitude vs Hopelessness on Mar 19, 2013

Caring for the Colon

Of all the types of cancer there is, colon cancer is the one that is most likely associated with diet. The phrase, “you are what you eat,” is indeed true and very real. The only reason that it is not evident is because people have different genes...
by endoscopy los angeles on Mar 11, 2013

Give me 5 minutes, I will show the benefits of apples that you must know

Fresh fruits are very beneficial for our body, such as apples. Apple is a fruit that is very tasty. Indonesian people often eat apples than other fruits, because the benefits of apples that are useful for our body even though the price is quite expen...
by Herbal Area on Mar 9, 2013

Fiber Fights Cancer

Colon cancer is one of the three leading causes of cancer deaths in the United States—some 50,000 people die from it each year. You can sharply cut your odds of getting colon cancer by eating more fiber. That's because fiber increases the bulk of y...
by Body Health Pro on Mar 8, 2013

Why I’m so Passionate About My Colon…

If we are friends on Facebook  (if not you can find Bullfrogs and Bulldogs here) then you may have seen a post in late January about me being in Seattle to be filmed for something. Well, I thought I’d share a little more about what I was doing...
by Bullfrogs and Bulldogs on Mar 5, 2013

Vitamin D and Cancer Prevention

We've known for a long time that colon cancer and breast cancer are more common among people in northern climates—places where it's too cold for part of the year to get much sun. Is there a Vitamin D connection?Yes, when it comes to colon cancer—...
by Body Health Pro on Feb 22, 2013

the theater cap

"bongi, i have a patient who came in last night with appendicitis. can you operate him for me?" my colleague was known to load shed and mostly i didn't really mind. that day, however, i just didn't feel like any extra work, so it took a bit of effor...
by other things amanzi on Feb 12, 2013

the theater cap

"bongi, i have a patient who came in last night with appendicitis. can you operate him for me?" my colleague was known to load shed and mostly i didn't really mind. that day, however, i just didn't feel like any extra work, so it took a bit of effor...
by other things amanzi on Feb 12, 2013

Facing Reality

Lange, Stefanie 11:09 PM (17 hours ago) to me Hi Deborah,   Thanks for the e-mail. I agree that some bright red bleeding from the rectum could be from hemorrhoids, but based on the report from Dr. Lee, I thi...
by Gratitude vs Hopelessness on Feb 7, 2013

Healing vs The Doc

I found a spot of blood after a bowel movement. I saw the doctors. They did a colonoscopy, found a bump and did a biopsy. It was NOT cancer but they said it was "precancerous." Lord help me.  Blood that has dirty body filters  I...
by Gratitude vs Hopelessness on Jan 31, 2013

Preventing Colon Cancer

There are so many products out there now for fiber supplements. From Metamucil to probiotics to fiber one: staying regular is definitely a concern for many Americans. The reason for this is that the American diet isn’t conducive to a healthy digest...
by endoscopy los angeles on Jan 16, 2013

Getting the Most Out of My . . . (sigh) Colon by Mike Simpson

If you didn’t at least chuckle at the title of this post, you might want to skip over what comes next and not try to, uh, digest it. So today at lunch a bunch of us went to a barbeque … Continue reading →...
by Second Wind Publishing on Jan 15, 2013


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