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There are many options when it comes to cancer cure
Stage II also called Dukes B rectal cancer; this cancer is a little more advanced.
The tumor penetrated the entire intestine and may have invaded other organs such as the bladder, prostate and uterus. Stage III also called Dukes C rectal cancer; the tumor has reached the lymph nodes.
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Stage IV also called Dukes D rectal cancer the tumor began to distant parts of the body (metastasis entered).
The tumor may be any size and is usually not so great. The liver and lungs are the two most likely places for the spread of rectal cancer. How do I know if I have colorectal cancer? From age 50, everyone should get tested regularly to prevent colorectal cancer (people groups high risk may begin before).
There are many options.
The most common is to do a rectal exam once a year and collect three stool samples for testing. In addition, once every three or five years you should do a sigmoid do copy to examine the underside of the intestine
If anything is abnormal, you will be directed to a colonoscopy, a complete evaluation of the colon and rectum with a flexible tube inserted into the rectum.
During colonoscopy is possible to obtain tissue samples for laboratory analysis.
Many doctors advise to direct a colonoscopy once every 10 years. Ideal for the exam has not been established, and then the rules can change frequently.
But since it takes about ten years for a polyp to become a cancer that number looks good to start
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