Age lowered to 45 for colon cancer screenings

The U.S. Preventive Services Taskforce lowered the age to start colon cancer screenings from 50 to 45. The decision is based on an alarming rise in cases.
0:13 | 05/19/21

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To the index tonight in an important new recommendation for colon cancer screenings to US preventive services task force now lowering the age to start screenings from fifty. To 45 the decision based on a rise in cases among young people.

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