Cancer Information

Colorectal Cancer

Usually starts with a small benign scorpion, and evolve into colorectal cancer with abnormal proliferation of cells in the large intestine.

  • Age: People aged 50 or older

  • Eating habits: high animal fat (red meat), high protein and low fiber diet

  • Family medical history: Close relatives aged 45 or below with colorectal cancer

  • Lifestyle: Lack of exercise, long-term exposure to tobacco and alcohol

Causing Factors

  • Anal bleeding

  • Fecal bleeding or black or mucus

  • Changes in excretion habits, including diarrhea and stool

  • Still feel the stool in the intestines after excretion

  • Abdominal cramps

  • Weight loss

  • Anemia symptoms



  • Surgery: The colon and its adjacent lymphoid tissue are removed together, and one end of the intestine is connected to the outside of the abdominal cavity to form an artificial stoma.

  • Radiation therapy: killing cancer cells or inhibiting cancer cell proliferation with high-energy radiation

  • Chemotherapy: The process of destroying the self-replication of cancer cells by drugs, which in turn prevents cancer hyperplasia

  • Target treatment: Block specific nutrient input for specific cancer cells to attack and kill

  • Immune System Therapy: Improves the human immune system to strengthen its ability to fight cancer cells

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