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Grateful Patient Story: Colorectal Cancer

Our grateful patient, Jennifer, has a message for you: do not put off your colonoscopy. She almost canceled the routine screening test that led to her early colon cancer diagnosis.

Give Your Liver a Break with Dry January

Dry January challenges participants to abstain from alcohol for the entire month of January. See why it's good for your health, and learn more about alcohol's effect on your liver...

Living With Inflammatory Bowel Disease: Tips for the Holidays

Festive holiday food and drinks can trigger flare-ups in people with Crohn's disease and IBD. Learn ways to support family members with IBD and IBD tips this holiday season.

Colonoscopy Remains Proven Gold Standard: Do Not Delay Your Screening

"Colonoscopy remains the proven gold standard. There are numerous concerns with the way data was collected and presented in this study,” explains Roger Klein, MD, chair of gastroenterology at Summit...

What Are Pancreatic Cancer Symptoms?

Pancreatic cancer is the deadliest form of cancer, claiming the lives of 95 percent of those diagnosed with it within five years.. How do we detect this malicious form of...

Colorectal Cancer: Top Reasons People Don’t Get Screened but Should

Colorectal cancer is the third leading cause of death in the United States, but it’s highly treatable if detected early and largely preventable with regular screenings. While screenings have been...

Colorectal Cancer: No Such Thing as Too Young

Cancer of the large intestine (colorectal cancer) is one of the most common cancers in the United States. In the past 20 years we have seen a steady decrease in...

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