March is National Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month!
posted: Mar. 22, 2023.
Early colon cancer may cause no symptoms. Colorectal cancer screening is
recommended starting at age 45.
Early stages of colorectal cancer usually present no symptoms. It is highly treatable if detected early. Colonoscopy is the only test to prevent colorectal cancer, with its unique ability to remove polyps before they turn into cancer. It is the only screening test recommended at 10-year intervals, because it’s by far the best test at finding precancerous polyps.Read More.
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