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Cure Research for Colorectal cancer

Cure Research list for Colorectal cancer:

The list of research areas and treatments under analysis mentioned in various sources for Colorectal cancer includes:

Medications currently used in research into the treatment of Colorectal cancer:

Note:You must always seek professional medical advice about any treatment or change in treatment plans.

Some of the different medications being used in the research into treatment of Colorectal cancer include:

Medications currently used in research into the prevention of Colorectal cancer:

Note:You must always seek professional medical advice about any treatment or change in treatment plans.

Some of the different medications being used in the research into prevention of Colorectal cancer include:

  • Oxicams
  • Alti-Piroxicam
  • Apo-Piroxicam
  • Brexidol
  • Dom-Piroxicam
  • Feldene
  • Med-Pirocam
  • Novo-Pirocam
  • Nu-Pirox

Curable Types of Colorectal cancer

Possibly curable or rare types of Colorectal cancer include:

  • Duke stage A, B, C colon cancer
  • Colonic polyps induced colon cancer
  • Alcohol consumption induced colon cancer
  • more curable types...»

Rare Types of Colorectal cancer:

Some rare types of Colorectal cancer include:

  • Gardener's syndrome
  • Familial non- polyposis cancer
  • Post- menopausal women hormone replacement induced colon cancer
  • Helicobacter pylori induced colon cancer
  • Ulcerative colitis induced colon cancer
  • more rare types...»

Latest Treatments for Colorectal cancer

Some of the more recent treatments for Colorectal cancer include:

Treatments for Colorectal cancer

Treatments to consider for Colorectal cancer may include:

Cure Research discussion for Colorectal cancer:

Genes and Disease by the National Center for Biotechnology (Excerpt)

It is not clear why mutations in genes that are essential in all tissues preferentially cause cancer in the colon. However, studies on the equivalent genes in mice and brewer's yeast are helping to further our understanding of the mechanisms of DNA repair and the role that environmental factors might play in colon cancer incidence. (Source: Genes and Disease by the National Center for Biotechnology)

Colorectal Cancer: NWHIC (Excerpt)

Researchers are looking at two new screening tests for colorectal cancer, both of which detect polyps and cancers early. One test is called a virtual colonoscopy. A small tube is placed inside the rectum for less than 5 minutes (with a traditional colonoscopy, this process takes longer). Images are recorded and put into a computer using computerized axial tomography (CAT or CT) scan or magnetic resonance imaging (MRI or MR). The technician then looks at these recorded images to explore the rectum and colon for polyps and cancers. The other test is a stool test (like the FOBT), that looks for DNA, or genetic material, in the stool. Early data suggest that this stool test may be very accurate in picking up any problems, polyps, and cancers. (Source: excerpt from Colorectal Cancer: NWHIC)

What You Need To Know About Ovarian Cancer: NCI (Excerpt)

A large-scale study, known as the PLCO (Prostate, Lung, Colorectal, and Ovarian) Cancer Screening Trial, is currently evaluating the usefulness of a blood test for the tumor marker known as CA-125 and a test called transvaginal ultrasound for ovarian cancer screening. (Source: excerpt from What You Need To Know About Ovarian Cancer: NCI)

Medical research for Colorectal cancer: medical news summaries:

The following medical news items are relevant to medical research for Colorectal cancer:

Clinical Trials for Colorectal cancer

Some of the clinical trials for Colorectal cancer include:

Evidence Based Medicine Research for Colorectal cancer

Medical research papers related to Colorectal cancer include:

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