There are more questions than answers regarding the most effective method to screen for colorectal cancer (CRC).
The results of five studies covering a range of topics related to colorectal cancer (CRC) screening will be presented during an ASGE Topic Forum on Tuesday.
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ASGE’s President, Colleen M. Schmitt, MD, MHS, shares her excitement about further possible advances in colonoscopy that she learned earlier this month at Digestive Disease Week (DDW) 2014.
This year’s DDW press program highlighted some of the meeting’s most exciting research and sessions. DDW press releases included studies in areas such as hepatitis C, colorectal cancer, the microbiome and others.
Jonathan Buscaglia, MD, discussed his DDW 2014 research showing that, for difficult-to-remove polyps, the combined approach of laparoscopic-assisted colonoscopy with polypectomy (LACP) can substantially reduce recovery time and the length of hospital stay, compared to laparoscopic hemicolectomy.
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Continue your learning and discussions from Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month at DDW 2014. This first post, in a series of five, will highlight sessions and abstracts on this topic that will be presented in May.
The gut microbiome seems to affect colorectal cancer risk.