It is the colon or rectum in the large intestine where Colorectal cancer begins. It usually develops as small, noncancerous (benign) clumps of cells which are called polyps which form on the inside of the colon or rectum. Some of the polyps might turn into cancer after a time. Polyps might be small and produce few if any symptoms. It is recommended to have regular screening tests to help prevent colorectal cancer by detecting and removing polyps before they can turn into cancer.



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