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Colon Cancer Screening
Colon Cancer may be the most preventable cause of death in the U.S.. Holly Firfer has details of how you can prevent it.
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Screening for Colon Cancer: Fecal Immunochemical Test (FIT) (English)
The screening test for colon cancer is called the Fecal Immunochemical Test (FIT). FIT detects blood in your stool (poop) which can be a sign of pre-cancer. Please visit http://www.screeningbc.ca/colon for more information on the Colon Screening Program.
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Home Screening for Colon Cancer (FOBT)
Version Française - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=300eNqjITBE Colorectal cancer screening can save lives, but not enough people are getting screened. The Fecal Occult Blood Test (FOBT) is a simple, first-step test that looks for blood in your poo. This instructional video will walk you through the steps of the FOBT test to help keep you happy and healthy! If you'd like to take this test, ask your doctor or call Telehealth Ontario at 1-866-797-0000. Don't take this test until 3 days after you have stopped menstruating, bleeding from hemorrhoids, bleeding from dental work, or having blood in your urine (e.g. from infection). Please visit us at www.getscreened.ca or contact us: info@getscreened.ca if you have any questions
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How To Do The Bowel Cancer Test
All men and women in Scotland aged 50--74 are invited for bowel screening. Bowel screening involves taking a simple test at home every two years. Find out more at http://bowelscreeningtest.org
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How to do the bowel cancer screening test
The bowel cancer screening test can catch the early signs of bowel cancer by looking for blood in your poo. Find out how to do the test in this video. In England, Wales and Northern Ireland screening starts at the age of 60 and in Scotland it starts at 50. This is a Cancer Research UK video. For more information on bowel screening go to http://www.cancerresearchuk.org/about-cancer/type/bowel-cancer/about/screening/about-bowel-cancer-screening Follow Cancer Research UK: Facebook: http://po.st/CRUKFByt Twitter: http://po.st/CRUKTWyt Instagram: http://po.st/CRUKIGyt Google+: http://po.st/CRUKGPyt
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Colorectal Cancer Screening
Developed and produced by http://www.MechanismsinMedicine.com Animation description: Screening programs aim to identify individuals with cancers at an earlier stage and allow for treatment before growth and spread has occurred. It also allows for detection of pre-cancerous growths such as polyps before the cancer has even developed. Several screening techniques for colon cancer have been used. As cancers grow they may bleed. Small amounts of blood are not necessarily visible within the stool. Testing stool samples for occult blood may indicate the presence of a cancer within the colon. Several trials have shown benefit from the use of this test as a screening tool. This test should be part of a regular exam however it will only detect cancers within the reach of the examining finger [cancers of the mid and lower rectum] Modern scopes have had several improvements. They are thinner and more flexible with better fibre optics allowing sharper images. In addition the instruments allow the use of additional devices for a variety of functions such as snares for polypectomies, forceps for biopsies and other injection devices. Flexible sigmoidoscopes are 60 cm long and are able to detect about 65% of all polyps. Upon the discovery of an adenoma, a colonoscopy is usually required to evaluate the proximal bowel. Case control studies have shown benefit in terms of reduced colon cancer mortality and incidence however they only evaluate the distal end of the colon. A colonoscopy is the gold standard in terms of screening. A scope enters the rectum and is extended through the entire colon. This test will identify almost all cancers and most pre-malignant polyps. It also allows for the removal of smaller growths. This test only has to be repeated every 5-10 years if no polyps are present. Virtual colonoscopy is a new technique that uses computed tomographic or magnetic resonance images to produce computer-generated images of the colon. Patients still require bowel prep and have air insufflated into their colons. In experienced hands, this test is as good as colonoscopy in detecting cancers and larger polyps.
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Colon Cancer Screening Test
This is an instructional video for the Fecal Occult Blood Test (FOBT). It goes over how to do the test and provides easy to follow instruction, narrated by Dr. Meghan Davis, the Primary Care Lead for the Hamilton Niagara Haldimand Brant Regional Cancer Program.
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Bowel Cancer Screening
An example of one of our patient information videos which explains the Flexible Sigmoidoscopy procedure. This video is © Copyright The Audio Visual Suite, University Hospitals of Derby and Burton NHS Foundation Trust 2011.
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Bowel Cancer - Stool Test
www.BowelHealthUK.com BowelCheck is a bowel cancer early detection service that is available both to private individuals, with or without insurance, and to businesses wanting to offer bowel cancer screening to employees. BowelCheck provided by BowelHealth UK consists of: 1.Comprehensive factual information about bowel cancer which can be found on this website 2.On-line sign up with questions about lifestyle and family history 3.A new, advanced bowel cancer test which you can carry out in the comfort and privacy of your home
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What if I had a positive colorectal cancer screening test? - Dr. John Kisiel
Dr. John Kisiel explains what you should do if you have a positive result from a colorectal screening test. Mayo Clinic joins Fight Colorectal Cancer for #80by2018. Learn more about colorectal cancer on Mayo Clinic Connect: http://mayocl.in/ColorectalCancer.
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How to do your NHS bowel cancer screening test
How to do your NHS England bowel cancer screening test. Call the Freephone helpline 0800 707 60 60 if you are aged 60 to 74 and you haven't received your kit.
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Colon Cancer Screening Tests
An interview with Dr. Brian Bressler, a gastroenterologist at St. Paul's Hospital in Vancouver, BC.
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What is the best screening test for colorectal cancer? - Dr. John Kisiel
Dr. John Kisiel reveals the best test for colorectal cancer. Mayo Clinic joins Fight Colorectal Cancer for #80by2018. Learn more about colorectal cancer on Mayo Clinic Connect: http://mayocl.in/ColorectalCancer.
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NHS Bowel Cancer Screening Module 1
We worked with a group of leading clinical oncologists to develop a comprehensive program on screening for colon, breast, cervical, and prostate cancer. The message is aimed at general practitioners and their patients. This project is one of our largest undertakings so far. The cervical cancer CD-ROM alone features over 30 minutes of animation in a dual-audience, multi-media, multi-language educational program with a total runtime of over 3 hours. The CD-ROM is now being used by the UK's National Health Service and has been distributed to over 10,000 physicians.
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Bowel Cancer Screening  - A Patients experience through Bowel Screening and a Colonoscopy
The video you are about to see will show you a typical patient’s experience through the Bowel Screening journey. (Updated June 2017). The Endoscopy unit is a brand new and purpose built which centre’s around the patient’s journey having privacy and dignity zones and male and female segregation. Currently we have 4 clinic’s and 4-5 endoscopy lists a week, all based at the Chesterfield Royal Hospital, covering a population of just over half a million patients within the screening age of 60-74 years As you come through the hospital’s main entrance you should go straight to the main reception to check in – you will be directed to the correct clinic from there. When you arrive at the clinic you will see a big white board telling you where your screening nurse is - just take a seat outside the room; the screening nurse will be expecting you. The screening nurse will check your name, date of birth, address and contact number before asking a series of questions about your health, medications you may be taking and questions about your bowels. You will then be shown a series of slides to illustrate what a polyp looks like before being told in details how to take the laxative to clear your bowel prior to the test. The screening nurse will then go through the timings of when you need to take the laxative. First of all you need to remove one of the packets from the box at the time stated in the instructions. Mix packets A and B together with a litre of tap water. You must drink a glass of the laxative every 15 minutes alongside half a litre of clear fluids. Avoid taking any medication an hour before, whilst drinking the laxative, and for an hour afterwards. Remember to stay close to a toilet when you start drinking the laxative. On arrival for your colonoscopy don’t go the main reception, instead go straight to the endoscopy department and report to the endoscopy reception. You may be with us for 2 to 3 hours so if you are being picked up, make sure they are aware of this. You will have your details checked on arrival. Your details will be checked by the endoscopy nurse with your blood pressure before you get ready for your test. To ensure your privacy and dignity is respected, designated male and female changing areas are provided for you to get changed into a gown. When you are changed the endoscopy nurse will come and insert a cannula, leaving a small plastic tube in place ready for the test. One of the nurses from the endoscopy room room will come and collect you and you will be walked into the endoscopy room, where the screening practitioner and screening colonoscopist will be present with endoscopy nurses. The test normally takes around 30-45 minutes on average but can take longer if a number of samples need to be collected. Gas and air is available as an alternative to sedation. Your comfort levels will be monitored throughout, some patients find the gas and air useful alongside the sedation Once your colonoscopy is over you will be taken to either the male or female recovery bay, where you will have your blood pressure re-checked and the cannula removed. You will be offered a warm drink and a biscuit before you get dressed. Once you are fit for discharge the recovery nurse will walk you down to the discharge area. If you have had sedation you will need someone to take you home and stay with you for at least the next 12 hours. The endoscopy nurse will discuss your test and you will be given written information and after care. The screening nurse will call you the next working day to check your ID before asking how you are, and give you the opportunity to ask any further questions. Any follow up required will also be discussed. I hope that you have found the information contained within this video useful, if you have any further questions then please call us on 01246 512197. Further information on the Bowel Scope screening test can be found in our video: 'Bowel Scope Screening at Chesterfield Royal Hospital NHS Foundation Trust' at the following link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-w-C-h3UHbk&feature=youtu.be
Colon Cancer Screening Tests: Colonoscopy
Gastroenterologist Kevin Woods, MD, MPH, discusses colonoscopy, one of the tests that can find and prevent colon cancer; preparation for the test; and what happens if a polyp is found during the test. Learn more about colon cancer at http://cancer.org/coloncancer
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NHS Bowel Cancer Screening Test Kit Instructional Animation
An animated video showing how to use Immunostics Inc.Colon Cancer Screening Test. For more advice on using the test kit, please phone the NHS Bowel Cancer Screening Programme freephone helpline on 0800 707 60 60.
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Colon Cancer: Pathology, Symptoms, Screening, Cause and Risk Factors, Animation
Colorectal cancers: pathology, symptoms, screening tests, causes, inherited forms, risk factors. Perfect for patient education. This video and other related images/videos (in HD) are available for instant download licensing here : https://www.alilamedicalmedia.com/-/galleries/images-videos-by-medical-specialties/gastroenterology-digestive-diseases ©Alila Medical Media. All rights reserved. Voice by: Ashley Fleming Support us on Patreon and get FREE downloads and other great rewards: patreon.com/AlilaMedicalMedia All images/videos by Alila Medical Media are for information purposes ONLY and are NOT intended to replace professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Always seek the advice of a qualified healthcare provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. Colon cancer, commonly grouped together with colorectal cancer, is cancer of the large intestine – the final portion of the digestive tract. It is the most common of all gastrointestinal cancers. Colon cancer usually starts from a small growth called a polyp. Polyps are very common, but most polyps do NOT become cancers. Polyps can be of various types, some of which are more likely to develop into malignant tumors than others. Early-stage colon cancer generally produces NO symptoms. Advanced-stage symptoms VARY depending on the location of the tumor, and may include: changes in bowel habits that PERSIST for weeks; blood in stool; abdominal pain and discomfort; constant feeling that the bowel doesn't empty completely; fatigue; and unexplained weight loss. EARLY detection is the key to prevent colon cancer. Because a PRE-cancerous polyp usually takes YEARS to develop into a malignant tumor, colon cancer can be EFFECTIVELY prevented with regular screening. There are 2 major types of screening tests: - Stool-based tests: stool samples are examined for signs of cancer, such as blood and mutated DNA. These tests are NON-invasive but LESS effective and need to be done more often. - VISUAL screening, such as colonoscopy, is more reliable and can be done every 5 or 10 years. Colonoscopy uses a long, flexible tube equipped with a camera and light, to VIEW the entire colon. If polyps or abnormal structures are found, surgical tools are passed through the tube to remove polyps or take tissue samples for analysis. Typically, any polyps found in the colon are removed during colonoscopy and examined for pre-cancerous changes, known as dysplasia. If high-grade dysplasia is detected, a follow-up colonoscopy is required to monitor the condition. Colorectal cancers are caused by MUTATIONS that INcrease the rate of cellular division. Some of these mutations can be INHERITED from parents. Examples of inherited colorectal cancers include: - Familial adenomatous polyposis, or FAP: a condition caused by mutations in the APC gene. The APC protein acts as a tumor SUPPRESSOR, keeping cells from growing and dividing too fast. Mutations in APC result in UNcontrolled cell division, causing HUNDREDS of polyps to grow in the colon. FAP patients usually develop colon cancer by the age of 40. - Lynch syndrome: another inherited condition caused by changes in genes that normally help REPAIR DNA damages. A FAULTY DNA repair results in INcreased rate of mutations. Patients are at high risks of colorectal cancer as well as other types of cancers. In most cases, however, the mutations that lead to cancer are ACQUIRED during a person’s life rather than being inherited. The early event is usually a mutation in the same APC gene that is responsible for FAP. While FAP is a RARE condition, APC mutations are VERY COMMON in SPORADIC colorectal cancers. Apart from genetic predisposition, other risks factors for colon cancer include: aging, high-red meat and low-fiber diets, obesity, alcohol use, smoking, diabetes, and inflammatory intestinal conditions, such as ulcerative colitis and Crohn's disease.
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How to do the bowel cancer screening test in Scotland
Your guide to the bowel cancer screening test in Scotland. Find out how to do the test including how to collect the sample and what happens after the test. Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/user/cancerresearchuk Facebook:https://www. facebook.com/cancerresearchuk Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/CR_UK Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cr_uk
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Screening for Colon Cancer: Fecal Immunochemical Test (FIT) (Punjabi)
The screening test for colon cancer is called the Fecal Immunochemical Test (FIT). FIT detects blood in your stool (poop) which can be a sign of pre-cancer. Please visit http://www.screeningbc.ca/colon for more information on the Colon Screening Program.
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WVU Medicine Health Report Colon Cancer Home Screening Tests
A Colonoscopy is the 'gold standard' for early detection of colon cancer. But what if you can't undergo an invasive procedure? Take-home sample tests are available, in a range of effectiveness...
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How to do the test – National Bowel Cancer Screening Program
Eligible Australians aged between 50 and 74 will receive a free National Bowel Cancer Screening Program kit in the mail. Bowel cancer screening can save your life, so do your kit when you receive it in the mail. When it’s detected early, nine out of ten cases can be treated successfully.
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Screening Tests For Colorectal Cancer
Dr. Richard Billingham explains the various screening tests that can be used to test for colorectal cancer. The most reliable and accurate test is the colonoscopy. A colonoscopy offers the opportunity to remove colon polyps if they are found and prevent cancer from forming. Dr. Billingham is now retired, but another specialist at the clinic can advise. For more information about colorectal cancer visit http://www.swedish.org/Services/Cancer-Institute/Services/Colorectal-Cancer.
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Bowel Cancer Screening | Cancer Research UK
Bowel cancer screening saves lives. This little kit makes spotting the cancer signs linked to cancers such as bowel cancer, rectal cancer and cysts on the colon easy and simple. Cancer awareness is improving and needs to continue. This is a Cancer Research UK video. Learn more about bowel cancer screening http://www.cancerresearchuk.org/cancer-info/spotcancerearly/screening/bowelcancerscreening/
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How to Use The FIT Kit (English)
Get screened for colorectal cancer if you’re 50 and above. Early detection helps saves lives. The FIT (Faecal Immunochemical Test) checks your stool for blood that cannot be seen with the naked eye to detect signs of cancer. The test is safe, easy to do and should be done once a year. It does not require any fasting or change in diet before the test. Pick up the test kits today at these locations: http://www.singaporecancersociety.org... Collection Eligibility: Singaporeans and PRs who are 50 years old and above. (Please bring along your NRIC) For more information, log on to www.singaporecancersociety.org.sg or email cancerscreening@singaporecancersociety.org.sg
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Colorectal cancer screening test: instructions
Colorectal cancer, or bowel cancer, is the 2nd deadliest cancer in France. As one of the most common forms of cancer, it affects 4 in every 100 men and 3 in every 100 women, mostly over the age of 50. It develops gradually inside the colon and rectum, usually from small lesions called polyps. As they grow, some polyps bleed. Screening can spot traces of blood in stools which are invisible to the naked eye. Screening reduces mortality caused by colorectal cancer. It can detect cancer most often in its early stages, in addition to some precancerous lesions.
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Screening for Colon Cancer: Fecal Immunochemical Test (FIT) (Mandarin)
The screening test for colon cancer is called the Fecal Immunochemical Test (FIT). FIT detects blood in your stool (poop) which can be a sign of pre-cancer. Please visit http://www.screeningbc.ca/colon for more information on the Colon Screening Program.
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Colon Cancer Screening Tests: Flexible Sigmoidoscopy
Gastroenterologist Kevin Woods, MD, MPH, explains the procedure for flexible sigmoidoscopy, one of the tests that can find colon cancer. Learn more about colon cancer at http://cancer.org/coloncancer
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Colonoscopy. Colon Cancer Screening.
Colonoscopy is the most comprehensive for detecting colorectal cancer. Dr. Manny reviews what happens during the procedure. Aired by FOXNEWS, November 11, 2008
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Screening for Colorectal Cancer
Dr. Lynn Butterly, Director of the Colorectal Cancer Screening Program at DHMC, discusses the facts and misperceptions about colorectal cancer.
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What to expect from a colon cancer screening
1 in 3 adults aged 50+ are not being screened for colon cancer and yet colonoscopy is the gold standard for detecting colon cancer. Learn from Dr. Adam Klipfel on how to prepare for colonoscopy and what to expect during the procedure. If you are due for your screening colonoscopy you can call Southern New England Surgery Center at 508-761-6025.
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Screening for Colon Cancer: Fecal Immunochemical Test (FIT) (Cantonese)
The screening test for colon cancer is called the Fecal Immunochemical Test (FIT). FIT detects blood in your stool (poop) which can be a sign of pre-cancer. Please visit http://www.screeningbc.ca/colon for more information on the Colon Screening Program.
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DNA Stool Test for Colon Cancer-Mayo Clinic
Research shows that screening for colorectal cancer saves lives. That's because screening can catch cancer early, while it's still curable. But let's face it, having a colonoscopy to look for cancer or precancerous polyps is not fun. Doctors at Mayo Clinic have studied and improved upon a non-invasive screening test that requires no preparation or procedure. The test detects cancer or precancerous polyps by measuring DNA in your stool.
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New at-home screening test for colon cancer
A newly approved at-home test developed by Sanford Markowitz of Case Western Reserve University can identify changes in DNA and may help doctors catch colon cancer early, when treatment is most effective.
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Test for Life: Colon Cancer Screening
Test for Life: Colon Cancer Screening
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Colon Cancer Home Screening Kit - FOBT card
How to use FOBT card at-home screening test for colon cancer.
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Introducing Cologuard: Colon Cancer Screening Made Easy
Cologuard is an easy to use, noninvasive colon cancer screening test based on the latest advances in stool DNA science. It is for adults 50 years or older who are at average risk for colon cancer, and it is available by prescription only. Cologuard is not for everyone. It is not a replacement for diagnostic or surveillance colonoscopy in high-risk individuals. This Cologuard commercial is now running in select TV markets.
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Colorectal Cancer Screening - Wendy Ho, MD, MPH | UCLA Digestive Disease
UCLA Digestive Diseases Continuing Medical Education GI Issues for the Primary Care Physician February 22, 2014 Wendy Ho, MD, MPH Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine Division of Digestive Diseases David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA Learn more at http://gastro.ucla.edu
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Home Test a New Option for Colon Cancer Screening
Colon cancer is the third most commonly diagnosed cancer and the second leading cause of cancer death in men and women combined in the US. With colonoscopies, colon cancer can be found early, when treatment is most effective. Some people, however, are not willing to have a colonoscopy, and should learn about Cologuard, a new home screening test for colon cancer. Cologuard was recently approved by the FDA. There’s plenty of controversy about how it might impact screening for our nation’s second deadliest cancer. What does all this mean and what should we know and do? Gastroenterologist Dr. Charles Sninsky addresses those questions in this Medical Spotlight interview on WCJB-TV20 as he talks with News Anchor and Health Reporter Lauren Verno. Colonoscopies are still the number one choice, but for people who absolutely refuse, this could be their answer.
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CT Virtual Colonoscopy: A Colon Cancer Screening Option
CT Virtual Colonoscopy uses a CAT Scan to create images of the colon.
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Bowel Cancer Screening Campaign 2018  | Do the test
The Australian Government sends out free bowel screening tests every 2 years to people aged 50-74. If found early, 90% of bowel cancers can be successfully treated. 'Do the test', is a campaign to encourage people to do the test when it arrives in the post.
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New bowel cancer home screening test
Detect Cancer Early turns three. A new bowel cancer test which simplifies the sample collection process is to be introduced in a bid to increase participation in Scotland’s national bowel screening programme and save even more lives.
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Effectiveness of home colon cancer screening tests
Modern day science now allows people to screen for colon cancer from the comfort of their own home.
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Colonoscopies, Blood Tests and Future  Colorectal Cancer Screening
Mention the word colonoscopy, and many people get a bit uneasy. Yet the colonoscopy is one of our best tools for diagnosing colon cancer, and remains to this day the "gold standard." Nationally, and here at Roswell Park, we're working to develop new, less invasive tests to diagnose colon cancer. We believe developing a blood test screening option that is fast, simple and relatively painless, may be the best way to ensure patients are diagnosed at an earlier, more treatable stage, giving them a better chance at long-term survival.
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Have you ever wondered about the new FDA approved at-home screening tests for colon cancer? Dr. Danielle Marino talks to Second Opinion about what they are and who should use them. Visit http://www.SecondOpinion-TV.org Funded by Blue Cross Blue Shield Association: http://www.bcbs.com/
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