Colorectal cancer. Part 1: Epidemiology, aetiology, screening and diagnosis.

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Authors: Campbell, T.

Journal: Prof Nurse

Volume: 14

Issue: 12

Pages: 869-874

ISSN: 0266-8130

Colorectal cancer causes significant mortality and morbidity in industrialised countries. Screening populations at an average risk of developing colorectal cancer by faecal occult blood testing can significantly reduce mortality. Nurses have a crucial role to play in educating the public about the warning signs of colorectal cancer and promoting uptake of screening.

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Authors: Campbell, T.

Journal: Professional nurse (London, England)

Volume: 14

Issue: 12

Pages: 869-874

ISSN: 0266-8130

Colorectal cancer causes significant mortality and morbidity in industrialised countries. Screening populations at an average risk of developing colorectal cancer by faecal occult blood testing can significantly reduce mortality. Nurses have a crucial role to play in educating the public about the warning signs of colorectal cancer and promoting uptake of screening.

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