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Symptoms of Colorectal Cancer
It is important to remember that very often there are no symptoms of colorectal cancer until the cancer is advanced. This is why it is important to begin and maintain a program of regular screening as recommended by your doctor. Common symptoms of colorectal cancer include:
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Last reviewed May 2013 by Mohei Abouzied, MD; Brian Randall, MD
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