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Pre-Surgery Immunotherapy for Colorectal Cancer Proves Highly Effective
Using immune checkpoint inhibitors prior to surgery of patients with localized mismatch repair-deficient or microsatellite instability-high (dMMR/MSI-H) colorectal cancer (CRC) is an effective approach to treating the disease
IBD Patients’ Gut Microbiota Triggers Colorectal Cancer in Mouse Models
Genotoxic metabolites present in patients with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) may play a role in the development of colorectal cancer.
Ultra-Processed Food Linked to Colorectal Cancer in New Large-Scale Study
New study links high consumption of ultra-processed foods to colorectal cancer in men.
City of Hope Develops Early-Onset Colorectal Cancer Blood-Based Biomarker
City of Hope researchers say they have identified a blood-based biomarker to better detect early-onset colorectal cancer (CRC), which could become valuable tool in getting a jump on treating the disease.
Circadian Clock Disruption Linked with Colorectal Cancer Rise
Circadian clock disruption, such as that occurring through shift work, could contribute to the alarming rise in young-onset colorectal cancer.
Data Support Earlier Colorectal Cancer Screening in Women
Initiating colorectal cancer screening earlier, at age 45 years rather than 50 years, substantially reduces the risk for colorectal cancer (CRC), including younger-onset disease, in women
New Guardant Diagnostic Detects Early Signs of Colorectal Cancer
The test is intended for adults age 45 and older who are not up to date with recommended screening guidelines, show no symptoms of CRC, and are at average risk for developing the diesase.
Machine Learning Detects High-Risk Colorectal Cancer Patients
A machine-learning algorithm detects potential signs of colorectal cancer in patients identified as high-risk who had missed a routine colonoscopy.
Colorectal Cancer Screening Rates for Hispanics Boosted by Culturally Tailored Outreach Program
For the current program, participants were sent an introductory letter in their native language followed by a by a phone call from a culturally competent, Spanish-speaking patient navigator who was hired trained for two months specifically for the role.
Better Biomarker Choice Could Benefit Colorectal Cancer Patients
Colorectal cancer patients may have more drug options if a systems approach to biomarker identification is used, suggests research from the Salk Institute for Biological Studies.