Why Are More Younger People Getting Colon Cancer? The Theories on Inflammation & Gut Bacteria

Published Feb 8, 2021

Why Are More Younger People Getting Colon Cancer? The Theories on Inflammation & Gut Bacteria

Colon cancer is happening to increasingly younger adults. Medical organizations have begun to adjust screening guidelines accordingly, while researchers look for an explanation.

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