Researchers analyzed malignancy events and their relationship to tofacitinib treatment levels in patients with ulcerative colitis.
With elective endoscopies halted during the COVID-19 pandemic, researchers analyzed the impact of this cessation on rates of colorectal cancer screening.
Researchers estimated how expanding fecal immunochemical testing-based CRC screening would affect screening participation during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Lynch syndrome is associated with 4 genetic variants that increase risk of CRC, thereby necessitating updated screening guidelines for these variants.
A subset of established nongenetic risk factors for late-onset colorectal cancer (CRC) are also related to early-onset CRC.
The United States Preventative Services Task Force performed a systematic review to assess the current colorectal cancer screening guidelines.
Researchers analyzed whether non-compliance with colonoscopy following a positive FIT is associated with CRC incidence and mortality.
Researchers tested a novel liquid biopsy assay for detection of lymph node metastasis in patients with high-risk T1 CRC.
Researches performed a meta-analysis to assess the influence of antibiotic use on the incidence of colorectal cancer.
Researchers investigated whether adherence to a healthy lifestyle following polypectomy reduced the risk for CRC incidence and mortality.
Researchers compared gut microbiome compositions and short chain fatty acid levels in patients with and without CF, and whether they are associated with colonic neoplasia.
Investigators analyzed the relationship between tumor budding and obesity in patients with colorectal cancer.
Investigators examined the effects of low-dose aspirin and mesalazine on colorectal polyp recurrence in patients with familial adenomatous polyposis.
Investigators examined the associations between family history and certain clinical factors in patients who carry LS and have a previous history of cancer.
One in six patients with colorectal cancer (CRC) has an inherited cancer-related gene mutation, and 60% of these cases would not have been detected using guideline-based testing.
Many patients prefer stool-based colorectal cancer screening tests over colonoscopy.
Colorectal cancer rates have been rising in younger people for years, and screenings are now recommended to begin at a younger age. How much and why have rates been increasing, and what preventive steps can you teach these patients to lessen their risk?
Investigators examined the individual and joint impacts of genetic predisposition and smoking on colorectal cancer risk.
Investigators compared the use of linked color imaging vs high-definition white light endoscopy for detection of polyps in patients with Lynch syndrome.
Researchers analyzed the relationship between adolescent simple sugar and sugar-sweetened beverages intake and the development of colorectal cancer.