Tag: colon cancer

Why Colonoscopy is Critical

Why Colonoscopy is Critical

Mention going to get a colonoscopy to a friend or loved one and you’ll likely get either a grimace or
The Bottom Line on Colonoscopies

The Bottom Line on Colonoscopies

Studies done by Roper St. Francis Healthcare show that patients in our area have fallen far behind on the nationally
Colorectal Cancer—It’s Not Just for Older Adults

Colorectal Cancer—It’s Not Just for Older Adults

Like more and more colorectal cancer patients nationwide, Mount Pleasant resident Marielle McLeod was young—she’d just turned 36—when she had
The Power of Positive Thinking and Surgical Expertise Conquers Colon Cancer

The Power of Positive Thinking and Surgical Expertise Conquers Colon Cancer

Ivie had always been healthy and energetic. So when she started to feel run down she knew something was wrong.
The Ins and Outs of Colon Cancer: The Who, What, When about Screening

The Ins and Outs of Colon Cancer: The Who, What, When about Screening

Colorectal cancer remains the third most common (non-skin) cancer diagnosed in America, and it is one of the cancers that
The Busy Person’s Guide to Health Screenings

The Busy Person’s Guide to Health Screenings

When? Where? How Often? Teeth cleaned every six months – check. Hair cut every six to eight weeks – got
Corrina, Colon Cancer Survivor

Corrina, Colon Cancer Survivor

Corrina’s father had died of colon cancer, but she still never believed it could happen to her, especially in her