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Clinical Genomics 14h
Our Sydney Australia team braved the weather yesterday, , to raise funds for ! Here's our "cheeky" team who sold pins and distributed red apples at the Train Station!
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Clinical Genomics 19h
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Clinical Genomics 22h
People living with Type 2 diabetes have an enhanced risk of developing
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Clinical Genomics 23h
The risk of differs greatly among people due to presence of risk factors, however, overall about 1 in 23 Americans will get colon in their lifetime.
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Clinical Genomics Jun 18
has a great opportunity to get $100K in matched funds in June! 💵👏
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Clinical Genomics Jun 18
is largely preventable with regular screening. It is best treated when detected early. .
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Clinical Genomics Jun 18
Personal or family history of and , or having chronic inflammatory bowel disease for a long period increases the risk of getting colon or rectal .
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Clinical Genomics Jun 17
Make a family health tree noting members having a history of colon or rectal cancer, polyps, bowel problems, other cancers, Crohn's, and colitis. It can save your life.
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Clinical Genomics Jun 17
Only 5%-10% of cancer is hereditary. In 20%-30% of cases it seems to run in families, while the majority happens due to environmetal factors, lifestyle, or just bad luck.
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CDC Genomics Jun 14
Does colorectal cancer run in your family and what can you do about it?
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Harvard Health Jun 16
Just do it… yourself - At-home colorectal cancer screening:
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Clinical Genomics Jun 14
Largely based on risk data, International Agency for Research on classified processed meat as “carcinogenic to humans” and red meat as “probably carcinogenic to humans,” in 2015.
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Clinical Genomics Jun 14
American Cancer Society and World Cancer Research Fund recommend a diet high in fiber, fruits, and vegetables to lower the risk for . Never2Young
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Clinical Genomics Jun 13
Read our latest news: Clinical Genomics Building Clinical Utility Evidence for Recurrence Assay. by
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Clinical Genomics Jun 13
The risk of getting can be lowered by 50% by eating healthy diet, being active, and maintaining healthy weight.
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Clinical Genomics Jun 13
Did you know that taking non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs such as aspirin, ibuprofen, or naproxen may reduce risk for developing and ?
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