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Guidelines for colorectal cancer screening recommend that patients be informed about options and be able to select preferred method of screening; however, there are no existing measures available to assess whether this happens.
The most recent issue of the Digestive Diseases & Sciences determined whether methylated gene markers in stool normalize after colorectal cancer resection.
Many older adults who are unlikely to live more than 10 years still are given routine screening tests for cancer, new studies show.
The nuclear factor kappa-light-chain-enhancer of activated B cells signaling pathway is activated in cells exposed to various stimuli, including those originating on the cell surface or in the nucleus.
September's issue of the Diseases of the Colon & Rectum identifies racial disparities in colon cancer treatment in an Equal-Access Healthcare System? Accessibility to medical care may be the most important factor influencing differences in colon cancer treatment rates among whites and blacks.
A substantial number of older patients with limited life expectancy continue to receive routine screenings for prostate, breast, cervical and colorectal cancer although the procedures are unlikely to benefit them.
Here are seven news updates for ambulatory surgery center leaders to know for August 18, 2014.
The study, run by researchers from Norway, showed that the number of bowel cancer deaths could be reduced by as much as 27 per cent if everyone over the age of 50 had Bowel Scope testing.
Like so many people, I was devastated by the news of Robin Williams' suicide. I had had the sheer joy of interviewing him, and he'd also done a hilarious bit about colonoscopies at a benefit I hosted for colon cancer awareness back in 2002.
If you take a walk on the village streets, you might notice that there was less garbage on the streets today than there has been recently.
Exact Sciences has bagged FDA approval for its new stool-based DNA screening test, known as Cologuard, for colorectal cancer.
MEDARVA Stony Point Surgery Center will perform 30 free colonoscopies on August 16 in an event called "Bringing Up the Rear."
This month's American Journal of Gastroenterology performs a consecutive third round of FIT screening in a population-based colorectal cancer screening trial.
Updated: Wed Aug 20, 2014 08:11 am
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