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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.
I’m 79 years old. Both of my parents had CRC and my mother died of it at 82. At my last colonoscopy, I was told that because I was over 75, I didn’t need any more screenings. I don’t understand his reasoning. Please comment.
Thank you! That was very beneficial webinar and I am so glad you have answered my question, too. It is such an advantage having this type of technology where we can attend such webinar/meeting from our own home. I look forward to attending different webinars as well.
Excellent and very informative web session. Thank you! I hope you will have a copy of this webinar / presentation on YouTube for later use so I can share with other family members to view.
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Hi – This webinar will be available for future viewing on both this page and also on YouTube. Thank you!
Hi – Thank you. we look forward to you attend future webinars. They are available here: https://connect.mayoclinic.org/hubcap/webinars/
Can you speak a little about Lynch Syndrome?
can you currently take pills instead of
the liquid prep
Thank you. Per your question, the pill base prep can be even more difficult and have more complication than the liquid prep. Its not generally advised.
in round numbers what is the cost of the tests
The costs of each test varies by region and insurance provider. You can contact your insurance provider to ask. Thank you.
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!
We are pleased to hear that the tumor was benign. We would need more details to provide any recommendations on treatment. You will need to contact your health provider for more information. Feel free to reach to Mayo Clinic for a second opinion. Thanks for attending our webinar.
Does moving your bowels frequently help lessen the risk of developing colon cancer? Does using a squat potty help?
Do your webinars give health professionals CEUs? I am a RN and wife is RD and CDE. Thanks! Jerry
I am 65+ and have had a colonectomy 5 years ago for removal of a large 3.1 cm. polyp attached to the colon wall. I’ve had one colonoscopy since with no more polyps and no cancer at any time. What are Mayo Clinic’s dietary recommendations to prevent colon cancer–in particular amount of red meat permissible? Any other dietary recommendations? Aside from osteoporosis I am in good health, keep up with all screenings, weigh 126# and exercise 5x/week.
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