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    From left, Kyle Narreau and Tiesha and MJ Huthens go through a 20-foot-wide, 8-foot-high giant inflatable colon exhibition for Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month at the Arizona Cancer Center on East Allen Road and North Campbell Avenue yesterday afternoon. The attraction travels the country to raise awareness about colorectal cancer, the third-most common form of cancer. Its features serve to illuminate the risks, symptoms, prevention, early detection of and treatment options for the disease, which tend to occur in people over 50.
    From left, Kyle Narreau and Tiesha and MJ Huthens go through a 20-foot-wide, 8-foot-high giant inflatable colon exhibition for Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month at the Arizona Cancer Center on East Allen Road and North Campbell Avenue yesterday afternoon. The attraction travels the country to raise awareness about colorectal cancer, the third-most common form of cancer. Its features serve to illuminate the risks, symptoms, prevention, early detection of and treatment options for the disease, which tend to occur in people over 50.
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