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This device can detect colorectal cancer early - Read

G-EYE, an endoscopy technology which is claimed to detect gastrointestinal diseases more accurately was introduced in India during the event, organised by Smart Medical Systems- manufacturer of gastrointestinal endoscopy devices along with enhanced technology products supplier Ventura Business Solutions.

New device launched to detect colorectal cancer

 Colorectal cancer, which is gradually turning to be a major health-concern among the Indian population, can be prevented with early detection using enhanced technology, health experts said at an event here on Tuesday.

These foods can increase your cancer risk!

While the IARC review does not ask people to stop eating processed meats, it indicates that reducing consumption of these products can reduce the risk of colorectal cancer.

Daily aspirin can keep you `hearty` in your 50s

People in their 50s with risk factors for cardiovascular disease can benefit from popping one aspirin daily, says a government-appointed panel of independent experts.

Two cups of coffee a day keeps colorectal cancer risk at bay

Moreover, the risk of developing colorectal cancer continued to decrease to up to 50 percent when participants drank more than 2.5 servings of coffee each day. 

Diet rich in fat elevates risk of colorectal cancer

In this case, overweight people are at a higher risk and they should stop consuming fatty foods.


Know why obesity ups colorectal cancer risk

 The risk of developing colorectal cancer in obese people is about 50 percent greater compared to the risk in lean people, says new research.

Obesity linked with colorectal cancer risk: Study

A new study has revealed the link between obesity and colorectal cancer.

New drug promises to treat colorectal cancer

A small molecule drug combined with chemotherapy may effectively treat colorectal cancer patients, says a new study.

Indian-US team identifies genetic target for treating colorectal cancer

Making strides in the treatment of colorectal cancer (CRC), the third most common cancer in the world, a team of researchers from India and the US has identified a genetic target for potential drug therapy against the dreaded disease.

Regular use of aspirin, NSAID`s may reduce risk of colon cancer

A new study has revealed that regular use of aspirin and other Nonaspirin Nonsteroidal Anti-inflammatory Drugs (NSAID) could reduce the risk of colorectal cancer.

Obese cancer patients may live longer

Being overweight or obese may boost the survival chances of people diagnosed with advanced colorectal cancer, says a new study.

Cinnamon may hold key to beat colorectal cancer

Cinnamon may do more than add flavour to your food, as a new study has claimed the a component found in the spice is a potent inhibitor of colorectal cancer.

Ladies! Eating nuts frequently reduces your risk for bowel cancer

A new research has revealed that nut consumption reduces the colorectal cancer risk in women.

Here's how aspirins may help you fight against cancer

A new study on drug's preventive effects on colorectal cancer has indicated that taking aspirin reduces a person's risk of colorectal cancer.

Toxin from 'death cap' mushrooms may cure colorectal cancer

Scientists have found that "death cap" mushrooms could help fight the battle of colorectal cancer.

Aspirin may not reduce colorectal cancer risk: Study

 Regular use of aspirin or other non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAID) can reduce most people's colorectal cancer risk but a few individuals with rare genetic variants do not share this benefit, a study has suggested.

Vegetarian diet lowers risk of colorectal cancer

A new study has revealed that vegetarian diet lowers the risk of colorectal cancers compared to non-vegetarian diet.

Vitamin D boosts immune system to fight colorectal cancer

A new study has revealed that people with high levels of vitamin D in their bloodstream have a lower overall risk of developing colorectal cancer.

How 'Aspirin' prevents colon cancer revealed

A new study has claimed that Aspirin and other nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) protect against the growth of colorectal cancer.