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The Big Bowel Incident and Little Ms. Oberon

March 30th, 2017|

Before we tell you our case-study story about the Big Bowel Incident and dainty Ms. Lila Oberon, let us summarize the blogs of March.  As we close our Colorectal Cancer Awareness topic for the month, the Digestive Disease Consultants hope you do not  forget about this disease just because the designated awareness month has ended. [...]

Medical and Hereditary History: Colorectal Cancer Risks You Can’t Change

March 20th, 2017|

Colorectal cancer risks based on your medical and hereditary history cannot be avoided. In our previous blog we told you about colorectal cancer risks you could overcome with your behavioral and lifestyle changes.  If you are a new reader of the DDC blog, please read about those risks, the ones you can change, before reading this [...]

Risk Factors of Colorectal Cancer: Fight Fire With Fire!

March 10th, 2017|

Today we bring you fiery facts on the risk factors for colorectal cancer. Because March is Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month, the Digestive Disease Consultants began our five-feature colorectal cancer series of blogs with our previous blog.   To get the basic facts on colorectal cancer, you might want to read or review that article. Like [...]

Colorectal Cancer: Heart-breaking Truths

February 26th, 2017|

The Digestive Disease Consultants are intensifying our war on Colorectal Cancer.  We are not alone in our battle against this quiet killer.  We have powerful allies in the CDC (Center for Disease Control,) the American Cancer Society, and thousands of institutions, physicians and communities across America. In fact, we join all of them, as we [...]