Colon Cancer

What is the colon?

The colon is a six foot section of the body's digestive system that moves waste material from the small intestine to the rectum. The rectum is at the end of the colon. The function of the colon is to extract fluids from waste material.

What is colon cancer?

Colon cancer, also referred to as colorectal cancer is believed to develop as a mushroom-like growth. These growths are most commonly small and non cancerous but can become cancerous in time.

Signs and symptoms of colon cancer

Cervical Cancer

What is the cervix?

The cervix is a narrow opening of the female reproductive system separating the vaginal canal from the uterus. The main purpose of the cervix is to dilate during labor which allows for delivery of the baby.

What is cervical cancer?

Cervical cancer can be very serious. It is cancer that usually begins with malignant cells within the cervix. Women may unknowingly increase their risk for cervical cancer by smoking, using oral contraceptives, and having many sexual partners.


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