How colorectal tumors increased 500 PERCENT in some age groups, per new analysis

Colorectal cancers have risen by up to six-fold in some young age groups since 2000, research shows.

Doctors say the cancers are likely being missed because routine screening in America is only recommended every ten years beginning at age 45.

The average age of colon cancer patients has been getting younger in recent decades in a trend linked to junk food, obesity and toxic chemicals.

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