Each week, OMRF physician-scientist Dr. Eliza Chakravarty opens “Adam’s Journal” to answer a medical question from OMRF Senior Vice President and General Counsel Adam Cohen. Adam’s Journal I read that the Centers for Disease Control recently revised its guidelines for colon cancer screening. What are the new standards, and why did things change? Dr. […]
Despite its reputation as a disease that strikes in later years, colon cancer affects people of all ages.
The most common method of screening for colon cancer is a colonoscopy. However, certain cancer-causing polyps can be easily missed during an examination.
The grants cover a range of areas, including colitis and colon cancer, sepsis, genomic tools, and outreach strategies for clinical trials.
The new finding was published in the scientific journal eLife.
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