Schedule Your Colonoscopy at 45 and Every Ten Years After

December 2, 2019 by Rachel Morrell | posted in: Colon Cancer News

Schedule Your Colonoscopy at 45 and Every Ten Years After

A new study confirms a minimum ten-year interval between colonoscopies offers optimum protection against colon cancer mortality.

In May 2018, the American Cancer Society revised its colon cancer screening recommendations, suggesting all adults at average risk for colorectal cancer should schedule an initial screening at age 45 instead of...
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