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By Amy Norton , Reuters Health. Swedish researchers found that when they offered free sigmoidoscopy screening to nearly 2, adults ages 59 to 61, men were 27 percent more likely than women to decline. Meanwhile, those who were single or divorced were 69 percent and 49 percent, respectively, more likely to decline screening compared with married people. A similar discrepancy emerged when the researchers looked at study participants by income. The one third of participants with the lowest incomes were 68 percent more likely to decline sigmoidoscopy screening than the one third with the highest incomes. The researchers, led by Dr.
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Surviving The Sorrow: Losing your spouse to colon cancer

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Men, singles less likely to have colon cancer test | Reuters

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Colon cancer triumph: Joyful wedding after fears of a funeral

Then, Stephen Estrada was diagnosed at just 28 with colon cancer, a disease that usually strikes older adults, not young people who should have full lives ahead of them. For more than a year, he had suffered severe abdominal pain. He had tried to get help, visiting ERs multiple times, but each time he was told he probably had constipation, gas or some other gastrointestinal problem.
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It has been well recognized that the effects of many prognostic factors could change during long-term follow-up. Although marriage has been proven to be a significant prognostic factor for the survival of colon cancer, whether the effect of marriage is constant with time remain unknown. This study analyzed the impact of marital status on the mortality of colon cancer patients with an extended Cox model that allowed for time-varying effects. We identified 71, patients who underwent colectomy between and to treat colon adenocarcinoma from the Surveilance, Epidemiology and End Results Database. The multivariate extended Cox model was used to evaluate the effect of marital status on all-cause mortality, while the Fine-Gray competing risks model was used for colon cancer-specific mortality, with death from other causes as the competing risk.
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