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Turning 45? Colonoscopy FAQs

If you’re turning 45 in 2023, now is the time to schedule your first colonoscopy! [...]

by Jake Keator | Read More

Go for the Gold: Colonoscopies for CRC Screening

Why the colonoscopy is the “gold standard” for CRC screening. The colonoscopy has long been regarded as the “gold standard” […]

by Amiee Mingus, RN, BSN, CASSPT | Read More

Rising CRC Rates

The American Cancer Society (ACS) has predicted a significant rise in colorectal cancer (CRC) cases this year. The disease is […]

by Catriona Duff | Read More

New AI Tool May Help Improve Colonoscopy Prep Quality

A July study published in The American Journal of Gastroenterology provides insight on a new AI-based smartphone tool to assist […]

by Kelly McCormick | Read More

CMS Proposes Follow Up Colonoscopy as Preventative Service

On July 7 the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) released proposal aimed to increase the ability of Americans […]

by Kelly McCormick | Read More

Delivering the Diagnosis

No matter if you are a brand-new physician or an experienced practitioner with years under your belt, delivering a colorectal […]

by Rachael Samonski | Read More

Physicians Working to Understand Billing Guidelines

Unclear policies for colonoscopy billing practices are creating new challenges for patients and physicians alike. Research published in December of […]

by Catriona Duff | Read More

New Techniques May Spell Progress for Colonoscopies

Physicians are working to combat a startling rise in early onset colorectal cancer (EOCRC). Three new endoscopy techniques may help […]

by Rachael Samonski | Read More

Early Endoscopy Linked with Reduced CRC Rates in Women

Data shows endoscopy before age 45 significantly reduces the risk of colorectal cancer in women [...]

by Rachael Samonski | Read More

Historic Rectal Cancer Study Shows 100-percent of Patients Cancer Free

A historic study resulted in 100-percent of participants being cancer free [...]

by Jake Keator | Read More

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