Colon cancer develops slowly over many years. It typically starts as a small tumour, called a polyp, on the surface of the organ. Sometimes colon cancer can be hereditary.
Though the symptoms do not indicate and confirm the presence of cancer, it is recommended that people with these symptoms get screened and rule out the possibility.
People need to be aware of the fact that since colon cancer sets in slowly, people with pre-cancerous cells don’t have any symptoms. The best way is to get regular screening done to detect cancer as early as possible.
If pre-cancerous cells are diagnosed during the screening, doctors recommend the following tests:
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