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Colorectal Cancer Screening Guidelines

Published on 04 June 2018  | Download | back to previous

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The American Cancer Society 2018 guideline for colorectal cancer screening recommends that average-risk adults aged 45 years and older undergo regular screening with either a high-sensitivity stool-based test or a structural (visual) exam, based on personal preferences and test availability. As a part of the screening process, all positive results on non-colonoscopy screening tests should be followed up with timely colonoscopy.
Full text of current ACS recommendations (and rationale) for screening for the early detection of colorectal cancer is available here.

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