Colon cancer risks for women include age, diet

03/28/2010 | St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Colon cancer affects men and women equally and is the third most common cancer in women after lung and breast cancers. Being over age 50 is a key colon cancer risk factor for women, but others include menopause, a history of breast or uterine cancers, a family history of colorectal cancer, and a high-fat or low-fiber diet.

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