New surgery for early detection of Colorectal cancer

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A NEW surgery for the prevention and treatment of colorectal cancer has opened for the northern Almeria health area. More than 26,000 cases of colorectal cancer are diagnosed in Spain every year.

The service, offered by the Digestive System Unit, is located at the outpatients’ surgery of La Inmaculada Hospital in Huercal Overa. It aims to develop early detection of this type of tumour, which is one of the most frequent, and has already benefited 200 people.

Early detection can reduce deaths from the illness between 30 and 35 per cent.

 

 

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    • henriette

      20 March 2013 • 01:44

      Jm henriette, J have several years stomach problems, its start to getting worse! j dont sleep overnights aboith the pain! J try everthing! j live healthy! d ont smoke or drink! but still problems on the stool diarhee and pain and kramp1 the whole day trough! please can you help me ! to look ! jm living on the costa blanca , and jm over 60 years
      J have getting a lot off painkillers but nothing works. thanks for your answer henriette

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