What is Colorectal Cancer?
Malignant cells invading the tissues of the colon or rectum cause colon and rectal cancers. Colon cancer is commonly found in the 5-foot-long colon that forms a part of the digestive system. Meanwhile, rectal cancer can develop in the remaining 6 to 8 inches of the large intestine, including the rectum and anal canal.
At Wilmot Cancer Institute, we have a robust and distinguished program focused on colorectal cancer.
UR Medicine's Treatments for Colorectal Cancer
Wilmot Cancer Institute is committed to providing the highest-quality treatment and care — through expert and innovative medicine, science, and education — for any patient burdened by any cancer within our region and beyond.
What Sets Us Apart?
UR Medicine's Wilmot Cancer Institute provides world-class cancer treatment and care and conducts pivotal research. The goal is to prevent and conquer cancer through innovation in science, patient care, education, and community outreach.
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