Published in Cancer Weekly, July 25th, 2000
Since flexible sigmoidoscopy is being used more and more to screen patients for various forms of cancer, T.A. Harding and colleagues from New Cross Hospital in Wolverhampton, England, conducted a study to determine whether compliance with this procedure might be improved if patients experienced less discomfort.
According to Harding et al., flexible sigmoidoscopy is normally conducted with...
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