Patients Skip Colon Cancer Screenings Because of Obesity Stigma
People who are overweight or obese may skip life-saving cancer screenings because they fear their doctor’s judgment.
People who are overweight or obese may skip life-saving cancer screenings because they fear their doctor’s judgment.Read More
A new meta-analysis from Johns Hopkins School of Medicine suggests taller people may be more likely to develop colon cancer than shorter people.Read More
A new study found that patients with IBD who had a colonoscopy every one to three years were less likely to be diagnosed with advanced colon cancer.Read More
New federal guidance will soon require health insurance companies associated with the Affordable Care Act to cover the cost of a follow-up colonoscopy to evaluate a positive colon-cancer-screening stool test.Read More