Colon Cancer Progresses Without Any Symptom


Your individual risk factors – such as ethnicity, lifestyle and family history will determine when you should start getting checked. Regular screening for colorectal cancer should start at the age of 50, when the risk for developing colorectal polyps and cancer starts to increase. If you have a personal or a family history of colorectal polyps or cancer, screening should begin at age 40. It is recommended that both men and women should undergo screening since colorectal polyps and cancer affect both genders. At Emirates Hospital, Jumeirah, our Oncologist offers comprehensive assessment and treatment for Colon Cancer.

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