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Does an increasing ferritin level mean I don't have colon cancer?

So, I had a ferritin level of 5 about five years ago. I have had chronic digestive problems and have yet to be diagnosed with anything. I am thinking it may be a malabsorption issue. Yet, I had a blood test recently and my ferritin was 55. Does this mean I am likely absorbing my iron well and do not have any malabsorptive disease or colon cancer? Thanks.
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Also, I do not take any iron supplements.
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