This week, the Colon Cancer Coalition hosted a Twitter chat on an important topic—colorectal cancer.
All physicians want to provide superior care for their patients, but practicing medicine today can be complicated. In the last decade, doctors have been tasked with navigating new technologies, government mandates, and payment guidelines, all of which can detract from caring for patients.
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If Colonoscopy Is the Gold Standard, Why Is Compliance So Low?
In 2018, 50,630 people in the United States will die of colorectal cancer, according to the American Cancer Society. It is the third leading cause of cancer-related deaths in men and women in this country.