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Mayo Clinic gastroenterologist, Paul J. Limburg, M.D. discusses information on colon cancer prevention and screening methods. A live question and answer session followed his presentation.
U what can be given to prevent nausea -vomiting in the preparation leading up to colonoscopy
in round numbers what is the cost of the tests
If someone has abdominal bengin tumor or nodule as described under age 40 and no cancer appearance (already biopsied). How often should it be monitored and are there any special way to get it removed or should it just be monitored? Tnx!
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THANK YOU SO MUCH
Excellent information. Thankyou
Very interesting and easy to understand. Thank you
Thank you, very informative.
Thank you. I have Lynch and always find any info. such as you gave to be helpful. I would like to hear from other people with Lynch. It feels quite lonely because you don’t hear about too many with the genetic disorder…other than family.
Well done! Thank you Paul.
Thank you! I shall meet with my primary care M.D. to discuss the timing of my next colonoscopy. Excellent presentation!
Informative presentation: did not answer one question I have often heard posed. Are there any symptoms that would indicate the presence of colon cancer. Changes in bowel habits? Gastric disturbance>
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