Detección Temprana del Cáncer Colorectal
There are approximately 148,000 new cases of colorectal cancer annually in the United States, with approximately 50,000 people who die from the cancer or its complications every year. Over a lifetime, women have a 5% risk of developing colorectal...
Cánceres Colorectales Familial - Poliposis Adenomatoso Familial (FAP)
FAP is a hereditary syndrome that results in those affected having hundreds to thousands of polyps and an increased risk of developing colorectal cancer.
Cánceres Colorectales Familiares: Cáncer del Colon No-Poliposis Hereditario (HNPCC)
HNPCC, also called Lynch Syndrome, is a hereditary disorder that causes an increase in the risk of several types of cancer.
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