Higher CRC risk confirmed with two affected parents

Figures from a Victorian familial bowel cancer service support more intensive screening for first degree relatives of people with colorectal cancer. The prevalence rates for adenomas, advanced adenomas, and colorectal cancer in people with two parents affected by colorectal cancer are higher than those seen in average-risk populations, according to Victorian researchers. However prior to ...

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