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Colon cancer is common. It's also preventable and treatable if caught early. If you're 50+, take advantage of these screenings.
Colorectal cancer almost always starts with a small growth in the colon or rectum called a polyp. Left undetected, polyps can be cancerous and grow into tumors that can spread. However, found early, doctors can remove polyps and stop colorectal cancer before it starts.