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Colorectal Cancer

Colorectal cancer -- cancer that develops in the colon or rectum -- is the third most common cancer affecting men and women in the United States. These cancers often begin as a growth of tissue, or polyp, in the lower part of the digestive or gastrointestinal system. Over many years these polyps can slowly change into cancer. 

Legacy Cancer Institute specializes in screening, diagnosis, treatment, support and survivorship services for patients with colorectal cancer. Learn more: 

 

  • Patient testimonial

    "As brilliant as my doctors were, they are also down-to-earth and they treat you like an individual person."

    - Julie M., colon cancer survivor

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Award-winning care

The American College of Surgeons Commission on Cancer ranks Legacy's cancer program as one of the best in the nation

You're not alone

Living with a diagnosis of cancer and its treatment can have a profound effect on your functional, emotional, social and spiritual needs. That's why we offer a wide range of support services to help you and your family.

Nurse navigators

Our personalized support services begin with our nurse navigators. They will help you throughout your treatment, from knowing what to expect to understanding your medications and helping you manage symptoms and treatment side effects. Contact a nurse navigator.

Locations and providers

Legacy Colorectal Cancer Center at Good Samaritan

Legacy Meridian Park Colorectal Cancer Program

Legacy Mount Hood Colorectal Cancer Program