Colon Cancer Testing May be Leveling Off in U.S.


November 6, 2013

Associated Press - After years of steady increases, testing for colon cancer may be leveling off, a federal report suggests. A large survey done last year found that about two-thirds of Americans ages 50 to 75 have had the recommended screenings for colorectal cancer. That's the same percentage from 2010, apparently marking the first year in at least a decade there was no increase.

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