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Speak with your health care provider about your risk of colorectal cancer to determine when you should start getting screened, and when you should stop. Your health care provider may recommend getting screened earlier and more often if you have an increased risk of this type of cancer (eg. family history of colon cancer, polyps or inflammatory bowel disease).
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Rated on: 11/9/2016 3:24:48 PM
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