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Eating Vegetables Reduces the Risk for Cancer

Cancer

Members who eat a wide variety of vegetables may lower their risk for rectal and color cancer up to 34 percent, regardless of fitness levels, body mass index or family history of cancer, according to a new study.

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Treating Colon Cancer

Cancer

Surgery, and the sooner the better. In fact, most, if not all, colon cancers begin as benign (harmless) “polyps” that subsequently turn malignant (cancerous). These polyps can be removed very easily during endoscopy. Once it has been determined that you have a tendency to form polyps, you should have endoscopy at least once a year.

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