Health Officials: Colon Cancer Cases, Deaths Increasing Among Young PeopleThe reason for the rise in both incidence and death rates remains unclear, however.
Women Unaware Of High Risk For Lung CancerLung cancer causes more deaths among US women than colon, breast, and pancreatic cancer combined.
Dr. Jennifer CaudleDr. Jennifer Caudle, a family physician and assistant professor at the Rowan University School of Osteopathic Medicine, and her patient Ed Yakacki, a colon cancer survivor, discuss the symptoms of colon cancer.
Screening For Cancer Is CriticalWhen should cancer screening - like mammograms and colonoscopies - be done? Here are some guidelines.
Promising Alternative To A ColonoscopyThere is no test for colon cancer more accurate than a colonoscopy but an experimental testing of stool samples holds promise.
Health: Colon Cancer Rates Drop SharplyColonoscopies are reducing colon cancer cases in the United States, and it’s saving lives. 3 On Your Side Health Reporter Stephanie Stahl is here with more on a new report.
Brotherly Love: Selling Poinsettias For a FriendFriends of a South Jersey woman with cancer have teamed up to raise funds for her treatment.
Study: Prolonged Sitting Could Lead To Colon CancerAccording to a report in the American Association For Cancer Research, if you sit a great deal of the day, you have a greater risk of developing colon cancer.
Colonoscopy Better Than SigmoidoscopyA new study suggests that a colonoscopy catches cancers that a sigmoidoscopy misses -- and saves more lives in the process.
Study: Aspirin Prevents Colorectal CancerA new report has found that women who take aspirin every other day have a reduced risk of developing colorectal cancer.
Health: Philadelphia Cancer Survivor Has Mission To Save Others March is colon cancer awareness month. It's the second leading cause of cancer death, even though it's very preventable.
Dietician Offers Tips For Healthy GrillingMany of us will be dusting off the barbecue this holiday weekend, just remember some grilling has been linked to cancer.