Colon Cancer Screening More Likely When People Are Given A Choice
April 9, 2012
by: Nancy Shute, NPR
People are more likely to get screened for colon cancer when their doctor gives them a choice of methods. Pushing colonoscopies alone may keep people from getting screened at all, according to a new study.
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