Task Force Grants Broad Support For Colorectal Cancer Screening Tools
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
The US Preventive Services Task Force said colorectal cancer screening is effective for those aged 50 to 75. It recognizes the potential for a range of methods, from standard colonoscopy to CT colonography, to blood and fecal DNA testing, to be used to increase screening rates. The recommendations could help drive coverage and adoption for several firms' products.