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... ies are not fool proof. A small percentage of polyps are sometimes missed due to incomplete patient preparation,or being very small and hidden in a fold of the colon or being a flat polyp rather than on a stalk or the MD not taking sufficient time to do a thorough examination as the colonoscope is removed too quickly. ... (1 replies)
... My wife was diagnosed with stage 3C colon cancer after a colonoscopy revealed a tumor three weeks ago. ... (1 replies)
... A delay of two or three or even 4 weeks is not going to have a material effect on the course of colon cancer, if that is what she has. After the colonoscopy it will take several days to a week to get back the pathology report. ... (1 replies)

... It depends on the type and aggression of the cancer. Some cancers may have far more normal cells than cancerous and will grow more slowly than a cancer that is predominantly cancer cells. Most colon tumours stem from cacerous polyps. They start out looking like little warts inside the colon. ... (5 replies)
... how long it take for colon cancer to develop (0 replies)
... The most common symptom is no symptoms at all. Next is anemia of unknown origin. Depending on what part of the colon cancer develops in determines if and how soon symptoms will develop. ... (2 replies)
... how long does it take for colon cancer to develop? ... (2 replies)
... ve 5 polyps including one precancerous, your next colonoscopy should have been no later than 1 year afterwards, due to the precancerous polyp. Five years is too long an interval and could allow another polyp to develop and become precancerous or develop into a cancer during that time. ... (8 replies)
... As I am taking tests to check for Colon Cancer. ... (8 replies)
... thanks for ur post, its was helpful (2 replies)
Friend of a friend
Nov 30, 2006
... A guy I went to university with, shared an apartment with him, has e-mailed me about a friend of his. (we live 1000+ miles apart now) His friend had been diagnosed with rectal cancer. The info he has given me so far is - cancer of the rectum. The tumor is about 5-6 inches in from the anus. Treatment: - 14 weeks x 5 days per week of radiation accompanied by a bottle... (10 replies)




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