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Research Sheds Light On Appropriate Frequency And Age For Colonoscopy

This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet

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Two studies in the May 24 Journal of the American Medical Association provide insight into how frequently colonoscopic cancer screening should occur and the age at which it should be discontinued, but do not get at the more basic question of whether the expensive procedure is effective in reducing colon cancer incidence or deaths, according to an accompanying editorial
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