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What are the symptoms of stage III 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 his/her bowel completely. They may also feel tired or weak and lose weight.

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