The Medical Letter on Drugs and Therapeutics
Colorectal Cancer Screening
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Colorectal Cancer Screening
Most colorectal cancers arise from localized adenomatous polyps in a process that may take 10 years or more. Early detection and removal of a precancerous colonic lesion (polyp) can prevent cancer from developing.
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