Colorectal Cancer

What is Colorectal Cancer?

When healthy cells surrounding the rectum or colon start to undergo changes and reach a stage where their growth into tumors becomes uncontrollable, a person develops a higher risk of getting Colorectal Cancer. The tumor can be benign, malignant, or noncancerous. Malignant colorectal tumors can spread to other body parts, whereas benign colorectal tumors keep growing, but don’t spread.