Published in Women's Health Weekly, June 9th, 2005
In the first large-scale study involving women, researchers from the University of Michigan, the U.S. National Cancer Institute, the University of Minnesota Cancer Center, the National Naval Medical Center, and the Walter Reed Army Medical Center found that colonoscopy is the preferred colon cancer screening method in average-risk women because other screening tools would miss most advanced precancerous polyps.
The results from the CONCeRN (COlorectal Neoplasia screening with Colonoscopy in average-risk women...
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