Colorectal Cancer Screening: Colonoscopy and Beyond

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As the number of people being screened for colorectal cancer increases doctors are able to catch more cases before they become a matter of life or death. While colonoscopy is currently the most common option there are new developments in the field every day.

As the number of people being screened for colorectal cancer increases doctors are able to catch more cases before they become a matter of life or death. While colonoscopy is currently the most common option there are new developments in the field every day.

Mark B. Pochapin, MD, from the NYU Langone Medical Center discussed the current best practices and possible options.

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