Bowel cancer prognosis

Anatori Sealife Comments 0 10th June 2018

The intestine is an organ located in the abdominal cavity, which performs digestive and excretory functions. According to the human anatomy, the intestine is divided into two segments: the large intestine and the small intestine.
According to the statistics from World Health Organization, the intestine is the second most likely organ to be affected by cancer. The most likely organ is the lungs. Annually, around the whole world, about 600 thousand cases of intestinal cancer are reported.
The reason why it is widespread is due to the risks that encourage its development.
These are the following causes of bowel cancer:

  • excessive consumption of fatty foods (diets saturated in animal fats and poor in fibre);
  • excess body weight;
  • harmful habits, including smoking and alcohol abuse;
  • presence of inflammatory bowel pathologies;

In addition, recent studies in this field have shown that people, who develop colorectal cancer, have often taken antibiotics in their youth for a long time. A survey, with a sample of 15,000 volunteers, showed that 39 to 69 per cent of those who took antibiotics for more than two months in a row was at serious risk.

Bowel cancer prognosis and prevention of this disease.

Colonic irrigation can prevent bowel cancer by washing out toxins and harmful substances from the intestine. The procedure restores the functionality of the immune system and muscle tone and gives more promising results.
To determine bowel cancer prognosis for further life in people with malignant tumours of the rectum, a statistical indicator such as a five-year survival rate is used. This indicator is calculated as a percentage: how many people out of 100 lived five or more years after surgical treatment.
Bowel cancer prognosis is reliable when performed with a surgical operation. However, in about half of the patients, malignant neoplasm of this localization is found only in the late stages. And yet, rectal cancer does not mean that the prognosis is necessarily disappointing.
Colonic irrigation in our clinic prevents colon cancer. The procedure restores the microflora, the immune system and muscle tone in the colon so that the presence of malignant neoplasms in the intestine is minimized.