Colon cancer is the term commonly used to describe colo-rectal (or bowel) cancer. The colon is part of the intestines which consists of the small intestine (the section between the stomach and the appendix) and the large intestine (from the appendix to the anus). The large intestine is divided into the long colon and a short rectum, just before the anus. Two thirds of these cancers occur in the colon and one third in the rectum, with very few in the small intestine.
There are a variety of known symptoms of colon cancer including:
Colon cancer is treated with a good quality result by Cancer Therapy that works on the principle of Immunotherapy, a therapy that boosts the immune system and fights against the disease without any major side effects like hair loss, damage to normal cells, bone loss, etc. Line of treatment varies as per the type of cancer, its location and spread of the disease. Patients suffering from all stages (early or advance) and all types (primary or metastatic) of colon cancer can be treated by cancer healer therapy with great success. Treatment may be used alone or in conjunction with other treatments such as radiation therapy, chemotherapy, etc.