Red Meats and its Relationship with Colorectal Cancer: Symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, and Prevention

Isiah Marris


Colorectal Cancer (CRC) is a kind of cancer that arises in the colon or rectum. A multitude of factors can influence the risk of colorectal cancer. These factors may include age, environmental effects, diet, genetics, and intestinal bacteria flora. The main subject of this paper focuses on reviewing studies that suggest the connection between the consumption of red meat and colorectal cancer while offering an overview of CRC symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, and prevention.]

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