Mayo researchers link obesity to poorer outcome in patients treated for colorectal cancerIt has long been known risk of colorectal cancer associated with an increased risk for colorectal cancer, but now researchers at the Mayo Clinic campus in Minnesota have found that obesity with associated with worse outcomes in patients who have already been diagnosed and treated for cancer.
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