Watch Dr. Travis Stork from The Doctors and a panel of renowned medical experts discuss colorectal cancer and digestive health.
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When is the last time you talked about colon cancer?
In many cases, colorectal cancer can be prevented.
Why should there be a postoperative follow-up program?
One in three people 50 years or older has not been screened for colon cancer, yet screening could help save their lives.
These are some of the words that come to mind for lots of folks when they think about getting tested for colorectal cancer.
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