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Colorectal Cancer Clinical Trials

Norton Cancer Institute is at the forefront of cancer treatment research. As principal investigators on numerous trials, our specialist physicians have access to innovative treatments.

Learn more about participating in a clinical trial at Norton Healthcare.

Colorectal Cancer

Phase II study for the treatment of HER2- positive locally advanced unresectable or metastatic colorectal cancer subjects (CRC)

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Colonoscopy age dropping from 50 to 45 for most

The recommended age for colonoscopy and other colon cancer screenings is increasingly considered to be 45 for those at average risk, five years earlier than the previous guidance. The risk of developing colon cancer is […]

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Why get a colon cancer screening if you don’t have a family history?

Health providers like to know what medical conditions your blood relatives have had. Called a family history, it can help your provider know what conditions you might be at risk for. Family history is just […]

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Colonoscopy prep options: They’ve gotten easier

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African Americans at higher risk for colorectal cancers, but screenings lag

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Colonoscopy age dropping from 50 to 45 for most

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