Cancer, whatever the form, can often strike without warning. A diagnosis can send shock waves through a whole family and put lives on hold. Treatment and management become top priorities as patients figure out their next step. A positive diagnosis becomes much easier to handle when doctors detect cancer early. This is the aim with current EU guidelines on colorectal cancer, more commonly known as colon or bowel cancer.
Bowel cancer is remarkably common to contract, but also easy to overlook. Therefore, medical organisations across Europe need the best practices and guidelines.
Bowel Cancer Is A Common Cancer Across Europe
The prevalence of colorectal cancer is partly due to the fact that it can affect both men and women, …