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Colorectal cancer: All the people in this small trial emerged cancer-free

June 21, 2022

From the Medical News Today website

While cancer continues to claim many lives, research on treatment options is constantly improving and expanding. One area of recent development is in the treatment of rectal cancer. 

A recent study published in The New England Journal of Medicine found that treatment involving immune checkpoint inhibitors  may be extremely effective among people with a specific type of rectal cancer.

It may be effective enough that other forms of follow-up treatment like surgery are unneeded in people with this type of cancer.

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