Fact: Most early colorectal cancers produce no symptoms

03/18/2013

This is why screening for colorectal cancer is so important. Symptoms of colorectal cancer vary depending on the location of the cancer within the colon or rectum, and there may be no symptoms at all. The prognosis tends to be worse in symptomatic than asymptomatic individuals. The most common presenting symptom of colorectal cancer is rectal bleeding. Learn more.

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