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Managing the long-term consequences of colorectal and anal cancer

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Nearly 43,000 people are diagnosed with a colorectal or anal cancer in the UK each year.

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With treatment, 60% of them will survive for more than five years, but some may suffer from acute consequences of treatment. Our new guidance for professionals offers advice for clinical management including helping people to self-manage.

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