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Colorectal Cancer

In Singapore, colorectal cancer is the second most common cancer in men and in women. Combined it would be the most common cancer.

In Singapore, the risk of a person getting colorectal cancer during his or her lifetime is 5.6% — about 1 in 20. There are about 1500 new colorectal cancers cases diagnosed every year. If diagnosed early, there is a chance for a cure.

Rectal cancers account for around 30% of the total number of colorectal cancers seen here.

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