Bowel Screening, Cancer and Rectal Bleeding
Colorectal or bowel cancer is one of the most common and debilitating cancers in the world. However, if it is caught and treated early there is 90% survival rate. An early sign can be rectal bleeding.
Most bowel cancers arise from polyps, therefore the most effective tool for screening involves a colonoscopy to identify any polyps. The polyps are then removed at the same time of the procedure before they can progress to cancer. Additional screening methods can include a flexible Sigmoidoscopy and a faecal occult blood test.
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