Featured ACG podcast: CRC and African-Americans -- Don't be Afraid to Live

03/11/2013

Dr. Fritz Francois, M.D., MSc, FACG, of New York University's Langone Medical Center explains the special concerns for African-Americans when it comes to colorectal cancer -- including higher incidence and mortality rates, underutilization of screening, and why African-Americans should begin screening at 45. His patient, Vincent, 65, shares his experience with colonoscopy and offers words of wisdom and inspiration to anyone who may be apprehensive about this potentially life-saving test.
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Dr. Francois on colon cancer risks for African-Americans.

Dr. Francois explains why African-Americans need to get a colonoscopy at age 45 .

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