Colonoscopy with adenoma removal cut colorectal cancer deaths by 53%
Added: Thursday 8 March 2012
A 23-year study has found that colonoscopy with removal of adenomous polyps cuts the risk of death from colorectal cancer by more than half. The study emphasised the importance of adenomas, which have the potential to become cancerous.
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