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A study found that people over 75 who were screened by colonsocopy or sigmoidoscopy had a reduced risk of death from colorectal cancer.
Native American artist and writer Robert DesJarlait is a member of the Red Lake Ojibwe tribe and a colon cancer survivor and advocate.
New expert guidelines recommend that individuals of average risk for colorectal cancer begin screening exams at 45 instead of 50.
A novel artificial intelligence device known as GI Genius could detect precancerous polyps that clinicians may otherwise overlook.
The GI Genius aids clinicians in detecting potential irregularities during colon cancer screening and surveillance.
Studies have shown an alarming drop in screenings—and more advanced cancer—during the COVID-19 pandemic.
In an exclusive interview for Cancer Health, Jarett Andretti carries on the colon cancer screening campaign his father John Andretti began.
The Colon Cancer Foundation seeks new ways to keep people free from colorectal cancer. An interview with the new president, Cindy Borassi.
The starting age was lowered due to an increase in colorectal cancer among younger people.
Mailing testing kits to people’s homes lowers costs and increases screening.
Annual fecal immunochemical testing is inexpensive and effective.
Patients prescribed meds to lower their blood pressure were less likely to develop this cancer years after a negative colonoscopy.
This finding means those considered at low risk for colon cancer might be able to safely delay a subsequent scan.
Screening appointments for cervix, colon and breast cancer are down between 86% and 94%.
A recent analysis suggests that family-based screening could have caught colorectal earlier in many patients.
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