1. Turnout, results of colon cancer population screening exceed expectations  NL Times
  2. Colorectal cancer increase in younger adults: What could be the cause?  Medical Xpress
  3. Doctors say colorectal cancer is increasing in younger adults; screening age lowered  WTVR CBS 6 News
  4. Cancer survivor: Ignore the discomfort, get a colonoscopy  WTNH.com
  5. Colonoscopy beats chemotherapy  The North Bay Nugget
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A population screening for colon cancer by public health institute RIVM identified the disease more often than expected. The turnout for the screening was also higher than expected - between 2014 and 2017 a total of 3.85 million people sent in stool samples  to be tested for colon cancer. That is over 70 percent of the people who were invited to do so, according to anA population screening for colon cancer by public health institute RIVM identified the disease more often than expected. The turnout for the screening was also higher than expected - between 2014 and

Turnout, results of colon cancer population screening exceed expectations | NL Times

'People should not be afraid,' North Bay man advises 'People should not be afraid,' North Bay man advises

Colonoscopy beats chemotherapy | North Bay Nugget

Colorectal cancer remains a major source of cancer incidence and death in the United States. The American Cancer Society estimates that in 2019, there will be 145,600 new cases of the disease and 51,020 ...

Colorectal cancer increase in younger adults: What could be the cause?

'I’ve had two colonoscopies and they weren’t that bad. Our health centre is set up to do this procedure very well''I’ve had two colonoscopies and they weren’t that bad. Our health centre is set up to do this procedure very well'

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A colorectal surgeon with Johnston-Willis Hospital says she's seeing more younger patients in her practice with both colon and rectal cancers.A colorectal surgeon with Johnston-Willis Hospital says she's seeing more younger patients in her practice with both colon and rectal cancers.

Doctors say colorectal cancer is increasing in younger adults; screening age lowered | WTVR.com

March is Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month. It may not be the most pleasant topic, but those screenings do save lives.March is Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month. It may not be the most pleasant topic, but those screenings do save lives.

Cancer survivor: Ignore the discomfort, get a colonoscopy

MORE people are dying from colorectal cancer (CRC) in Jamaica. In fact, ...

Colon cancer danger

The symptoms include blood in stool, abdominal pain, and/or a change in bowel habits.The symptoms include blood in stool, abdominal pain, and/or a change in bowel habits.

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