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Gastrointestinal And colon Cancers in the Youth

The cancer of colorectal, which was at one time viewed as a threat only to anyone over fifty, has turned into a formidable opponent for young adults.

Young adults are seeing a silent rise in colorectal cancer, which had been earlier associated with more mature age group

Though this is a less frequent concern among 20 and 30 year olds, recent stats highlight a troubling trend that requires our immediate attention and action.

the rate of colon cancer diagnoses in individuals under 55 in the United States has almost doubled

The issue of fighting this rise lies in the tendency of young people to ignore symptoms or link them to less serious conditions like irritable bowel disease and hemorrhoid

Dr. Kimberly Kolkhorst from Essentia Health stresses the need for raised awareness, urging young adults to speak up about any concerning symptoms they might experience.

Colorectal cancer is a type of gastrointestinal cancer that affects the colon and rectum.

American Cancer Society (ACS), the incidence of colorectal cancer in young adults has been increasing over the years.

20 and 30 year olds, recent stats highlight a troubling trend that requires our immediate attention and action.