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American Cancer Society has new guidelines for colorectal cancer screenings

Now, the American Cancer Society (ACS) is advising Americans as young as 45 to undergo a colorectal cancer screening, down from the previously recommended age of 50. Colorectal cancer screening includ... read more

New Guidelines Lower Colon Cancer Screening Age to 45

"I'm thrilled that the American Cancer Society has responded and revised its guidelines, lowering the recommended ... earlier screening had a better "benefit-risk ratio" than screening at age 50. Amer... read more

ACS Lowered Recommended Age To 45 From 50 yr Colorectal Screening

American Cancer Society-now Strongly Recommends- for Colon Rectal Screening for Cancer age to 45 from 50. This is based on several studies that showed Cancer is rising for people from 31-49 yr.age gro... read more

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USPSTF Begins New Review for Colorectal Cancer Screening

A key issue is the age at which colorectal cancer screening should begin and whether the age should be lowered from the currently recommended 50 years to 45 years ... released in 2018 by the American ... read more


Colorectal cancer screening should start at age 45, not 50, American Cancer Society says

The American Cancer Society, responding to a rise in colorectal ... age of 45. The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force, an independent panel that evaluates screening tests, decided a few years ago not ... read more

American Cancer Society urges colon cancer screening starting at 45, not 50

The American Cancer Society on Wednesday recommended that people start screening tests for colorectal cancer at age 45, rather than ... screening tests at 50. The influential U.S. Preventive Services ... read more

American Cancer Society updates colorectal cancer screening guideline

An updated American Cancer Society ... colorectal cancer incidence rate among adults 45 to 49 is lower than it is among adults 50 to 54 (31.4 vs. 58.4 per 100,000), the higher rate in the 50-54 age gr... read more

Age for colorectal exams lowered

There are new recommendations that colorectal cancer screening be done at an earlier age. Up until recently, The American Cancer Society recommended screening beginning at age 50 for those at average ... read more

Glenn Ellis: Colorectal cancer and how it affects Blacks

If found early enough, colon cancer can be treated effectively and cured. The American Cancer Society (ACS) has released an updated guideline for colorectal ... age 45 for people at average risk. Prev... read more

American Cancer Society recommends earlier colorectal cancer screening

(Reuters) - The American Cancer Society on Wednesday recommended that people at average risk of colorectal cancer start regular screening at the age of 45 rather ... of 50 and 84, adding that the comp... read more



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