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Kimmie Ng and Marios Giannakis publish a perspective “A Common Cancer at an Uncommon Age”

April 4, 2023

Kimmie Ng and Marios Giannakis publish a perspective “A Common Cancer at an Uncommon Age”

April 4, 2023
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By 2030 colorectal cancer will be the leading cause of cancer deaths in individuals aged 20-49. Young-onset CRC differs from average age onset.  Young-onset disease is often more aggressive, presents on the left side of the colon rather than the right, and often presents with rectal bleeding and abdominal pain. More research is necessary to answer the question of why the incidence of young-onset CRC is increasing and what the contributing factors are. Read more herehttps://www.science.org/doi/10.1126/science.ade7114

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