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    Colorectal Cancer

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    Colorectal cancer which involves the colon, rectum and the anal canal is the third most common malignancy worldwide. Induction of apoptosis process and inhibition of angiogenesis development are successful approaches to treat colorectal cancer. Apoptosis absconding and angiogenesis development in cancerous cells are consequences of up-regulating of number of pathways and proteins which controlled by oncogenes, or by down regulating of pathways which under control of tumor suppressor genes. Theses

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    Colorectal cancer refers to colon or rectal cancer. Most colorectal cancers are of glandular origin and hence can be classified as adenocarcinomas. It can also be called bowel cancer and is the third most common type of cancer in the world with 45 out of 100,000 people suffering from the same according to The National Institute of Cancer statistics as of 2013. These two types of cancers are significantly similar in their genomic mutations and also bear symptomatic semblance [1]. Colorectal cancer

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    of paper ... ...common 11q23.1 variation to the risk of developing colorectal cancer. Hum Mol Genet 2008;17:3720-7. 26. Biancolella M, B KF, Tring S, et al. Identification and characterization of functional risk variants for colorectal cancer mapping to chromosome 11q23.1. Hum Mol Genet. Published Online First: 2 December 2013. 27. Carvajal-Carmona LG, Zauber AG, Jones AM, et al. Much of the genetic risk of colorectal cancer is likely to be mediated through susceptibility to adenomas. Gastroenterology

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    phenotype is associated with a 100% risk of CRC by the age of 39 years in the absence of prophylactic colectomy.Often mutations in exon 9 or the 5', or 3' region of the gene are associated with attenuated FAP (AFAP) which is characterized by a lower colorectal adenoma burden (< 100 polyps), which is predominant in the proximal colon, an onset in the late teenage years and a lower lifetime risk of CRC, 70% 4 . Upper gastrointestinal tract polyposis is the most common extra-colonic manifestation of FAP

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    According to the American Cancer Society, the third leading cause of cancer related deaths for African American men and women is colorectal cancer (CRC). African Americans have a higher CRC mortality rate than White men and women due to lack of preventative testing, increased cancer fatalism attitudes, decreased knowledge of the cancer, and late onset diagnosing. To research how to resolve this issue the “Fayetteville Area Inter-Faith Commitment to Colorectal Health and Cancer Reduction in African Americans

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    Colorectal cancer: Colorectal cancer, also known as bowel cancer, is found in the colon and the rectum and has become one of the most common forms of malignant cancer (Cross & Underwood, 2013). Approximately 50% of cancers have been located in the rectum, and 30% have been in the sigmoid colon (Cross & Underwood, 2013). Cancers found in the rectum are usually ulcer type tumours which are easily detected by rectal bleeding (Cross & Underwood, 2013). Colorectal cancer is the second most common cancer

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    Genetic Screening for Colorectal Cancer

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    several types of cancer. Doctors have estimated that as many as 3,000 diseases are due to mutations in the genome. These diseases include several types of colon cancer in which three different genetic tests have been already developed. Debates have arisen on whether these tests should be used regularly or not. Questions including the patients= rights of privacy and the possibility of loss of health or life insurance have been argued over in both the media and political arena. Colon cancer develops in

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    INTRODUCTION Colorectal cancer (CRC) is the second most frequent cause of death from malignancy after lung and bronchial cancer in men and women in the United States. The African Americans (AA) are the ethnicity with the highest incidence (68.4 men, 51.7 women) and mortality (31.4 men, 21.6 women) in comparison with whites and Hispanics. 1 From our previous study, we demonstrated that AA has significant lower overall survival rate than Hispanics in our population in southern Bronx.2 We postulated

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    mm, dark brown or blue-brown macules in infancy and may fade in late adolescence. Patients with PJS are at an increased risk of malignancy with a 93% lifetime risk of developing cancer 49 . The cancers with the most significantly increased risk are breast (54%), colon (39%), pancreas (36%), stomach (29%) and rare cancers in the genital tract. Among the genital malignancies, sex-cord tumors with annular tubules of the ovary and adenoma malignum of the cervix, a rare aggressive adenocarcinoma of the

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