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Colon cancer screening at age 45: Here’s what a gastroenterologist thinks

00:00 EDT 11 Jun 2018 | KevinMD

The American Cancer Society (ACS) recently released new guidelines regarding colorectal cancer screening for the average-risk individual. The big news is that they now recommend that screening for colorectal cancer begin at age 45 rather than age 50. This reduction in the starting age was in reaction to recent data showing that colon cancer is increasing in […]

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