Over 2,000,000 people will develop colon cancer a year and within those numbers over 50,000 people will die. Colon cancer can happen to you at any age but statistically it occurs in people age 35 and up. Women and children can develop colon cancer just as frequently and as severe as adult men. No matter what life style you live, colon cancer can sneak up on you without you even knowing.
There are preventive measures you can take to reduce your chance of colon cancer. Through diet, lifestyle choices, and pre-screening you can reduce the chance of the development of colon cancer significantly. By knowing what the cancer is, where it can form, and how to diagnosis it, you can save yourself and your family grief that can strain relationships and put your families in financial ruin. If you already have colon cancer or know a friend who does, you can find ways to treat and keep the colon cancer from reoccurring. It is all up to you to find out more about colon cancer.
If you want a one stop, tell-all source that can give you the knowledge you need about the prevention and treatment of colon cancer, this e-book will give you what you need to know to stay healthy and to avoid costly trips to the hospital. With this e-book you will have the information to help friends and families and to help yourself. Knowledge is power, but the knowledge of colon cancer is power over life and death.
Table Of Contents:
What is Colon Cancer?
What Factors Contribute to Colon Cancer?
Colon Cancer and Genetics
What are the Symptoms of Colon Cancer?
How to Test for Colon Cancer
Treatments for Colon Cancer
Grape Seed Extract and Colon Cancer
Statistics About Colon Cancer
Women and Colon Cancer
Side Effects of Colon Cancer Chemotherapy
Colon Cancer Prevention
Stage and Treatment
Colon Cleansing and Colon Cancer
Colon Cancer and Missing Hormones
Vitamin D and Colon Cancer
Colon Cancer and Race
Laetrile: Another False Hope
How Colon Cancer Affects Families
Colon Cancer Support Groups
How Emotions Affect your Colon Cancer Treatment
A true Life Colon Cancer Experience
Children's Colon Cancer