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USPSTF Begins New Review for Colorectal Cancer Screening

screening should begin at age 45 rather than 50, the current standard. The change in starting age was based in part on recent data demonstrating an increase in the incidence of colorectal cancer among ... read more

Biohit new-generation fecal immunochemical test (ColonView-FIT) is superior to traditional guaiac test in colorectal cancer screening

Biohit ColonView test is a new-generation fecal immunochemical test (FIT) designed for detection of fecal occult blood (FOB) in subjects participating in colorectal cancer (CRC) screening. read more

Cambridge Epigenetix announces programme for routine screening and detection of colorectal cancer and other common tumours

Company granted broad and exclusive patent rights for the use of an epigenetic biomarker as a diagnostic tool for cancer. 5-hydroxymethylcytosine ... being used to develop a screening test for the det... read more

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Screening for colorectal cancer may benefit male patients

Here is what a new study has found. Representational Image. (Photo: Pixabay) Washington D.C.- According to a recent study, screening for colorectal cancer can benefit male patients, while similar bene... read more


Screen for colon cancer

This year, more than 1.8 million people worldwide have already been diagnosed with colorectal cancer, according to the World Cancer Research Fund. Luckily, over the years, death rates from this type o... read more

As colorectal cancer rises in young people, new guidelines recommend screening start at 45

The American Cancer Society (ACS) and other preventive guideline organizations recommend that screening for colorectal cancer start for people of average risk at age 50. However, new data showing risi... read more

Screening For Colon Cancer Just Got Much Younger

Recent studies have shown that the risk of colorectal cancer is double for someone born in 1990 compared ... bowel disease such as Ulcerative Colitis may need to start much younger. Screening is gener... 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 cancer rates among younger people, is now recommending that adults undergo screening for the disease beginning at age 45 rather than 50. ... read more

Study shows screening for colorectal cancer can benefit male patients

According to a recent study that appeared in the British Journal of Surgery, screening for colorectal cancer can benefit male patients, while similar benefits were not found among women. Colorectal ca... read more

Screening for colorectal cancer may benefit male patients

Washington D.C. [USA]: According to a recent study, screening for colorectal cancer can benefit male patients, while similar benefits were not found among women. The study appeared in the British Jour... read more



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