Colonoscopy screening reduces colorectal cancer rates

03/17/2010 | Idaho Statesman (Boise), The

March is Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month and gastroenterologists are reminding people that everyone age 50 and older should have a colonoscopy, as well as anyone with a family history of colon cancer or precancerous polyps. Anyone with warning signs of colon cancer, such as a change in bowel habits or blood in the stool, also should talk with their doctor about having a colonoscopy.

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