Risk of Colorectal Cancer in Men with Prostate Cancer – Prevention is Key: Had a Colonoscopy Lately?- PatientPower Presentation

Study: Prostate cancer treatment linked to higher rate of colon cancer
http://www2.med.umich.edu/prmc/media/newsroom/details.cfm?ID=1828
Article: Risk of colorectal cancer in men on long-term androgen deprivation therapy for prostate cancer Jour Natl Cancer Institute

Prevention is Key: Had a Colonoscopy Lately?

by patientpower

Mary Windishar, a veteran broadcaster, knows what it’s like to lose someone to a serious illness. She lost her husband, Larry, 56, to colon cancer. In this short video, Mary encourages patients not to delay in scheduling thier colonoscopies. Listen, as Mary provides important tips for patient advocates always looking out for others and often, not themselves.

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One Response to Risk of Colorectal Cancer in Men with Prostate Cancer – Prevention is Key: Had a Colonoscopy Lately?- PatientPower Presentation

  1. joseph macisaac says:

    I was diagnosed with skin ,colon and prostate cancer.All within a couple years of each other .Thankfully the cancers were in the early stages. Date: Tue, 12 Feb 2013 06:30:01 +0000 To: macisaac430@hotmail.com