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Young-Onset Colon Cancer

YOUNGER INDIVIDUALS WHO DEVELOP COLORECTAL CANCER appear more likely to present with late-stage disease in recent years. That is the conclusion of researchers who looked at people in their 20s and 30s.

Today we explore the growing problem of colorectal cancer occurring at a young age. We will then look at a new study suggesting a later stage presentation for the younger folks.

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I have degrees from Harvard, Yale, and Penn. I am a radiation oncologist in the Seattle area. You may find me regularly posting at

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