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What are the symptoms of stage I colon cancer?

Colon cancer symptoms often center around the colon and digestive system. Rectal bleeding or bloody bowels for a few weeks are common. A person may also feel gassy or have painful cramps, and may feel like they cannot empty their bowel completely. They may also feel tired or weak and lose weight. It's possible for stage I cancer to present with little or no symptoms.

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