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Cancer in the small intestine, which is the long tube that connects the stomach to the large intestine, is called intestinal cancer. Consuming a high-fat diet and the presence of conditions like Crohn’s disease, celiac disease, and intestinal polyp are some of the risk factors for developing this cancer. Some of the symptoms are abdominal pain, blood in stools, unintentional weight loss, and abdominal lump. The types of small intestinal cancer are:
The treatment options are surgery, chemotherapy, biologic therapy, and radiation therapy.
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