since 1998, due to the increased use of screening tests that allow detectionand removal of colon polyps before they progress to cancer.Dealing with our patient strives as to study more about the differenttypes of Colon and Rectal cancer. Aside from its related to our subjectOncology Nursing many people nowadays lacking in knowledge about certaindisease (rectal adenocarcinoma). By which we have to give more time andeffort to trace the occurrence of such disease. The people nowadays don’tpay much attention to the way they are living their life. Sedentary lifestyle,smoking, eating fatty foods, bowel and elimination, excessive alcohol intake,are the things we improperly practice are included to the risk factor. Being ahealthcare provider we need to inform others who lack in knowledge aboutthe disease, people have to know that there is a good rate of survival if it isdetected earlier. It is also stated that men are more prone to rectal cancerfor the reason of they are smoking, and consume excess alcohol intake thanwomen. There are different interventions and surgical procedure that canhelp to prevent the spreading of the cancer to the other parts and organ of the body. Others include as the saying goes, "An apple a day keeps thedoctor away". Eating a healthy and balanced diet reduces risk for rectalcancer. Many Filipino do not eat enough fresh fruits and vegetables ordietary fiber, while eating too much high fat meat. Eating five servings of fresh fruits and vegetables each day, while cutting down on meat intake willlikely go a long way towards reducing dietary components of cancer risk.Dietary fiber can be obtained directly from fruits, vegetables, whole grainsand beans and from dietary supplements. By this we will have higher chanceof preventing the occurrence of rectal adenocarcinoma.