Start colon cancer screening at 45, not 50, American Cancer Society urges – USA TODAY


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Start colon cancer screening at 45, not 50, American Cancer Society urges
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Most people should start screening tests for colon and rectal cancers at age 45, rather than waiting for age 50, as long recommended, the American Cancer Society said Wednesday. The group said that the initial test does not have to be a colonoscopy, …
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