Rural Residents Are Less Likely To Develop Colon Cancer, But More Likely To Die From It

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Patients living in counties far from populated cities and suburbs were 1.23 times more likely to be diagnosed with non-curable, stage 4 colon cancer than people living in urban areas, according to the research. That’s despite rural residents having lower rates of developing the disease. Read more.

A message from the Rural Assembly

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