Cancers Of The Lower Gut And Rectum Are Striking Younger People
People younger than fifty years old can still become afflicted with ‘colorectal’ cancer — meaning, a cancer in the lower gut aka colon, or in the rectum, which is at its lower end and leads to the anal opening.
Conventional medical wisdom used to be that colorectal cancer was a disease of older folks. Being tested for it was strongly suggested beginning at age fifty, and every so often thereafter. In recent years, however, there seems to have been a very big increase in this type of cancer among younger folks — and no one knows why, although oncologists — cancer doctors — are intensely driven to find out the reasons behind this increase. Since untreated colorectal cancer is very likely to be fatal, the situation is becoming intolerable.
The screening test for colorectal cancer is often likely to require a colonoscopy, which is no fun for either the patient or the attending medical staff. There are several other screening tests that are less invasive, but they are also less definitive.
Folks who haven’t yet undergone any screening test, and who develop colorectal cancer at a younger age, say in their mid thirties, may have a severe — and perhaps inoperable and untreatable — affliction by the time that their condition is correctly diagnosed.
Surprisingly, the astonishing statistical upsurge in colorectal cancers among younger people in recent decades seems to be confined to Caucasians. Other races have actually shown a slight statistical decrease in the rate of onset of the disease during the same time period.
Since death rates are going up along with detected disease onsets among younger Caucasians, complacency is totally unwarranted, although more onsets are currently being detected within that group. If, as is not the case, death rates were falling while detected onsets were rising, that situation might be taken as an improvement since it would imply that more cases of the disease were being caught relatively early.
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