Paul Tullis wrote . . . . . . .
Nobody likes getting a colonoscopy. For the people who catch colon cancer early thanks to that bowel camera, the standard screening—every 5 to 10 years from age 50 to 75—proves invaluable. 1,114 more words
Colorectal cancer is a big killer, but it doesn’t have to be because when it is detected early it’s one of the most treatable cancers. So it’s great that the NHS now offers colorectal cancer screening, and we should be doing all we can to encourage our friends and relatives to take part in this programme, because it will save lives and improve outcomes. 247 more words