Colon Cancer Research
Human Microbiomes and Fecal Transplants
Many microbes live harmoniously within your body – they are not all harmful. Take the lactobacillus microbe, or the "good bacteria" in yogurt. This organism helps clean your colon of all the "bad bacteria" such as streptococcus and yeast, and many other organisms that can hurt you if left unchecked. Learn more about the advances in science, including fecal transplants, that may help relieve your symptoms.
Should You Eat More Vegetables to Prevent Cancer?
A new study questions "eat more vegetables" advice. Do fruits and vegetables prevent cancer? Should you eat more vegetables?
Should I Try a Clinical Trial?
Learn about the pros and cons of enrolling in a clinical trial.
What is Chemoprevention?
Chemopreventive drugs have pervaded scientific research in colon cancer for decades. Studies are underway to learn how certain chemicals can help stop cancer before it starts. Learn more about this measure here.