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  • cherylacbus1

    Standard diet: meat, sugar, alcohol, milk, cheese, too many eggs, franks, sausage, etc, etc….

    Replace with:
    http://www.pcrm.org/health/

    Get a quality multi-vitamin from your local ‘health’ store or vitaminshoppe.com

    Get plenty of excersize.

    Get lots of fiber, even taking a fiber supplment if you have to,

    and if you are serious:
    do a fast like (juice) or (lemonade/cayenne/stevia/water) and follow up with priobiotics, and then take the above advice.

    or get a good colon cleanser from your healthstore or vitaminshoppe.com

    Best health to you,
    Cheryl

  • retard

    the true cause of any form of cancer is unknown.

  • Prometheus

    it is caused by leftover fecies that never left the body

  • Doctors are certain that colorectal cancer is not contagious (a person cannot catch the disease from a cancer patient). Some people are more likely to develop colorectal cancer than others. Factors that increase a person’s risk of colorectal cancer include high fat intake, a family history of colorectal cancer and polyps, the presence of polyps in the large intestine, and chronic ulcerative colitis.

    Diets high in fat are believed to predispose humans to colorectal cancer. In countries with high colorectal cancer rates, the fat intake by the population is much higher than in countries with low cancer rates. It is believed that the breakdown products of fat metabolism lead to the formation of cancer-causing chemicals (carcinogens). Diets high in vegetables and high-fiber foods such as whole-grain breads and cereals may rid the bowel of these carcinogens and help reduce the risk of cancer.

  • sissynoodle

    ask jeeves

  • advicemom

    Some people think it is linked to ingesting lots of chemicals that sit in the colon and cause cell changes. I stopped eating hotdogs when I read that!

  • david m

    Small polyps form and one of these then begins to change cells leading to cancer. If it stays within the walls of the colon surgery to remove it should be 100% successful. If the cancer grows through the wall then surgery may end cancer cells round the body to settle elsewhere.

  • james c

    polyps. It normally is not 100% successful if contained. Colon ca is one of the most understaged cancers known. Doctors want to remove a portion of the colon and be done. A study by the AMA showed that doctors incorrectly stage 20% of teh time.

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