Age No Longer Limiting Factor in Colorectal Cancer

Recent statistics show that there has been an 11% increase in colorectal cancers in people under the age of 50 between 2004 and 2014 and are predicted to rise significantly among people ages 20-34. When early detection is critical, this is unsettling because this group is rarely screened for them and symptoms may be ignored as improbable. The causes of this unexpected turn are unclear and prompt close attention to symptoms in this population. Click here to learn more.