colorectal cancer guillermo ceja emmanuel romero

Factors that may increase your risk of colon cancer include:

  1. older age,
  2. african american race,
  3. a personal history of colorectal cancer of polyps,
  4. inflammatory intestinal conditions,
  5. inherited syndromes that increase colon cancer risk,
  6. family history of colon cancer,
  7. low-fiber, high-fat diet, a sedentary lifestyle.

An article published in a 2007, medical journal describes how the chinese used herbs treat the disease nearly 6,000 years ago.

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