(Reuters Health) – At age 76 the risks of a repeat colonoscopy may exceed the benefits for seniors whose previous screenings have found no signs of cancer, but many older adults don’t like the logic behind this guideline based on life expectancy.
Older adults may be unwilling to give up colorectal screening
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