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How can i tell if treatment is working?
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I was diagnosed with rectal cancer 3 months ago. I just started Chemotherapy, and radiation treatments just last week. I’ve not yet had any of the side effects I’ve heard about and read about. What are some of the things I can keep an eye on to determine whether or not the treatment is working?   Read more…

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About: Buddies have experienced what you're going through. They are colorectal cancer survivors, caregivers, family and friends. Buddies are there to listen, offer support, and share their experi... more
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The C3 Answer Line provides help in navigating the issues that face colorectal cancer patients and their families. You can gain assistance through phone contact or email. Location: National Organ... more
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Strong-Smelling Onions are Good for You

Red and yellow onions are allium vegetables and contain antioxidants. Allium vegetable consumption is consistently associated with a reduced risk of cancer.

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