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Screening Younger for Colorectal Cancer

THANKS TO RECOMMENDED SCREENING starting at age 55, the overall incidence of colorectal cancer declined over the past two decades. However, there is a sobering exception to the encouraging trend: Amon... read more

Worldwide In-Vitro Colorectal Cancer Screening Tests Market to Soar at a 5% CAGR to 2024

MarketStudyReport Adds New In-Vitro Colorectal Cancer Screening Tests Market 2017 – 2024 research report providing information and data By Test Type, Industry Analysis, Regional Outlook, Growth Potent... read more

Phone calls work better than letters for reminding patients about cancer screening

Kiran and colleagues sought to determine if integrated outreach using mailed letters or telephone calls would increase compliance for three types of cancer screening: cervical, breast and colorectal. ... read more

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American Cancer Society Lowered Recommended Age To 45 From 50 yr For Screening Colorectal Cancer

... Cancer Society has LOWERED the recommended Age to begin Screening for Colorectal Cancer from 50 to 45 Year age based on NEW DATA. New Studies revealed Sharp Rise in Colon Cancer among Younger Peop... read more


American Cancer Society lowers recommended age for first colorectal cancer screening

Colorectal cancer is the third most common cancer in men and women and the second leading cause of cancer-related deaths in the United States, behind lung cancer." “Colon cancer screening is probably ... read more

Here's how obesity is linked to early-onset colorectal cancer

"If the screening age gets pushed before age 50 ... studies are needed to uncover the best ways to identify young people at high risk of colorectal cancer at younger ages. And since this study was lim... 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 Is on the Rise in Young Adults

A natural response to the rising rate of young adults with colorectal cancer is to start screening asymptomatic people at younger and younger ages, in the hope of detecting cancer at an earlier, more ... read more

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

Colorectal cancer screening should start at age 45, not 50

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



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