Screening for Colon Cancer At Home: The New Approval for Younger People — Still Not a Substitute for a Colonoscopy

Published Sep 24, 2019

Screening for Colon Cancer At Home: The New Approval for Younger People — Still Not a Substitute for a Colonoscopy

The FDA has expanded Cologuard, which was previously approved for people over 50, to people over 45. But the test isn't as effective as a full colonoscopy when it comes to catching pre-cancerous colon polyps.

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