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" The Colon Cancer Prevention Test"

Due to the unexplained rise in colorectal cancer in younger individuals over the past two decades, screening colonoscopy is now recommended for all individuals beginning at age 45.  For average-risk individuals, it doesn't need to be repeated for 10 years.  Higher-risk individuals due to prior polyps or family history should be screened more often. See how one doctor's life was saved by colonoscopy.

45 is the new 50 - in screening for colon cancer
Have Questions about Colonoscopy?

What is a colonoscopy?

Why is colonoscopy recommended?

Why start at age 45?

What preparations are required?

What can I expect during a colonoscopy?

What does the doctor see during a colonoscopy?

What if the colonoscopy shows something abnormal?

What can expect after a colonoscopy?

How often do you need a colonoscopy?

What are the possible complications?

What are the alternatives?

How about insurance coverage?

Colonoscopy Prep Instructions

Undoubtedly, the worst part of having a colonoscopy is the preparation, or "prep." However, a successful and accurate colonoscopy requires an excellent prep the day before. There are several options now available, and your doctor can help you decide which may be best for you.

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