An organotypic model is helping researchers better understand disease processes in ulcerative colitis and colorectal cancer.
Two Cleveland Clinic physicians played instrumental roles in the development of new standards for a multidisciplinary approach to rectal cancer care.
Researchers found that simvastatin combined with radiation inhibited the growth of CRC cells in vitro and increased their radiation sensitivity in a dose-dependent manner.
James Church, MD, explains new research recommending flexible sigmoidoscopy screening beginning at age 40 in average-risk individuals, based on the steadily upsurging incidence of early-onset colorectal cancer and the left-sided predominance of CRC in these patients,
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Cleveland Clinic researchers have identified a specific molecular pathway that plays a key role in the link between a high-fat diet and tumor growth in the colon.
Bringing together expert scientists and clinicians to improve metastatic colon cancer’s bleak prognosis is the aim of Cleveland Clinic’s new Research Center of Excellence in Colon Cancer Metastasis.
By following multiple generations of families affected by hereditary colorectal cancer syndromes, Cleveland Clinic’s Jagelman Registries are preventing cancer mortality in the third generation.
Cleveland Clinic researchers find a significant number of colorectal cancer patients over age 70 have Lynch syndrome. Study supports universal tumor screening across all age groups to prevent cancers in future generations.
From a brand-new, 377,000-square-foot cancer building opening in 2017 to standardizing care, discover how Cleveland Clinic is changing the way it delivers colorectal cancer care.
From intervening in colorectal-related cancer to utilizing a gold mine of outcomes data, discover how the latest bench research at Cleveland Clinic may one day improve outcomes for colorectal cancer patients.