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Colorectal cancer is the second leading cause of cancer deaths in America. When talking about the prevention of any disease there seems to be a common story-line. Colorectal cancer is no different. There are a few key things that will help reduce your risk of developing these diseases. Eat smart, live an active lifestyle and avoid unhealthy choices like smoking or overuse of alcohol. While all of that sounds easy enough, we know that life gets complicated and people are short on time, money and resources, but the bottom line is that your health has to come first.

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Since 75% of colon and rectal cancers occur in people with no known family history or increased risk factor, it is safe to say that we are all at significant risk. There are, however, a few things that can increase our chances of developing colon or rectal cancer in our lifetime that you should be aware of.

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The entire month of March is dedicated to just that – a conversation about colon cancer and how you can prevent it. Colon Cancer is the second leading cause of cancer deaths in the United States for cancers that affect both men and women. Colon cancer screenings are unique in that they not only screen for polyps and cancerous cells, but they actually prevent colon cancer.

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