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Smokers Have A Higher Rate Of

Blog Post created by jonescarp.aka.dale.Jan_2007 on Jan 23, 2020

"When you smoke, you are increasing your risk for colon cancer. ... Smoking can also cause more aggressive polyps known as flat adenomas, and these can be present in both light and heavy smokers. Not only do smokers have a higher risk of developing colon cancer, they have an increased risk of dying from the disease."

 

      I'm going in early tomorrow to begin the removal of a flat adenoma with high grade dysplasia in my cecum.

 

Send me some good thoughts and prayers please.

And think of this:

How often do you want to redo day one?

could become

How often do you want to drink that colon prep.

 

Smoking and colon cancer: Are they connected? 

Outcomes