COVID-19 and Colorectal Cancer Get The Facts
It may seem difficult but it’s best to acknowledge, experience and talk about how you feel. You may prefer to talk to family, friends, a member of your healthcare team or other patients in a support group. A support or self-help group can be a good place to talk with others who have dealt with similar problems, to learn how they are coping and to share your feelings and experiences.Learn More
Different treatment options are available to patients depending on the size, location and stage of their colorectal cancer.
Local therapies consist of surgery, radiation therapy and interventional radiology.
Systemic therapies consist of chemotherapy and biological therapy whereby drugs enter the bloodstream and destroy or control cancer throughout the body.learn more
Finding ways to stay healthy and positive are essential to the healing process. Whether you are in remission or facing sterility, learn how to stay healthy and find the support you need to help you fully recover and support others along the journey.learn more
To date, I have been blessed to raise over $4,000 for Colorectal Cancer Canada and the work they do and it will continue to rise as I find more people to support our cause.
This disease can affect all ages. It does not discriminate. We need to educate ourselves and be pro-active as much as possible.
Research has shown that about 50% of cancers are preventable and influenced by lifestyle factors that can be modified, such as having healthy eating and drinking habits and maintaining a healthy weight.
Equip yourself with the knowledge to help make healthier choices.learn more
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