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Colorectal Cancer Often Preventable with Proper Screening

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In the latest “Savvy Patient” column in the UT San Diego, Scripps Clinic gastroenterologist Walter Coyle, M.D., explains the various screening options available for colorectal cancer. About 50,000 people die annually from the disease in the United States, making it the third-leading cause of cancer-related deaths in the U.S.


Read the full article: Third Most Common Cancer Killer in U.S. Often Preventable

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