Giant inflatable colons like this one in Sacramento, California, can help increase colon cancer awareness. (19659012) Why are you doing this? You can steal someone's heart, but why would you take their 10 foot long, Steal 150-pound, inflatable colon?
The University of Kansas Cancer Research Center announced on Friday that someone had hijacked the Giant Cancer Coalition from a pickup bed in Brookside, Kansas. But the big balloon organ is worth about $ 4,000 – but do not think it can raise eyebrows if you show your date that you're sleeping on a giant colon? Try selling it on eBay?
Plus, have A heart instead of taking a giant colon In the right hands, the inflatable colon can serve a good purpose and help many lives by raising awareness about D Oppel Point Health Produces from Kansas Health System Video showing inflatable colon t shows how polyps can form and eventually become cancerous if not detected and removed in time:
According to the American Cancer Society, this year 97,220 new cases will occur Of colorectal cancer and 43,030 new cases of rectal cancer occur in the US alone. Approximately 1 in 22 (4.49%) men and 1 in 24 (4.15%) women will end up developing colorectal cancer. By 2018, 50,630 men and women will die from colorectal cancer. And here's more news: studies have shown that colorectal cancer rates have risen.
The good news of colon cancer is that taking it early can dramatically improve your intestinal survival. The American Cancer Society recommends that you screen regularly at age 45. This should last at least until the age of 75. You may need to start screening earlier if you or your family have colorectal cancer or certain types of polyps if you have inflammatory bowel disease (ulcerative colitis or Crohn's disease), or if you have received radiation from your abdomen or pelvis. If your colon is 10 feet or 150 pounds long, seek medical attention immediately or return this colon to the University of Kansas as soon as possible.
Festival goes toss pooping around. Not really poop, thank goodness, but inflatable poop emojis. This is a good reminder to test your stool for blood. (Photo by Frazer Harrison / Getty Images for Hangout Music Festival)
The screening may consist of testing the chair every year and performing a colonoscopy every 10 years. You can replace the colonoscopy with CT (virtual colonoscopy) or flexible sigmoidoscopy (FSIG). But these should be done every 5 years because they do not see the entire colon. And no, your smartphone can not replace a colonoscope, so please, do not put it anywhere near it.
This is not a normal amount of feces to produce. An inflatable trash of three meters in length is exhibited in schools in the town of Torrelodones, near Madrid, to alert the dog owners to the excrement. (Photo by Marcos del Mazo / Pacific Press / LightRocket on Getty Images)
If you've stolen the Colon of the Cancer Coalition, you're a piece of feces material. Please give it back. They cause a burden for those trying to increase colon cancer screening rates. As this National Cancer Institute website shows, fewer than 70% of people are properly screening for colorectal cancer. If you really want something inflatable from this part of the body, just search the internet for "inflatable poop" and see what you can buy. But beware of what might come out in your search.