Colorectal cancer stands for tumors inside the colon which typically develop from polyps. Polyps in the colon should certainly be removed in order to prevent their future development into colon cancer when cells begin to divide, thus forming a tumor. The surrounding tissue may also be affected, and cancer cells can detach from the primary tumor and create metastases in other parts of the body.Medical professionals often refer to colorectal cancer, which includes colon cancer that affects the large intestine and rectal cancer that affects the lower most part of the large intestine

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