Colorectal Cancer Screening


On behalf of the Journal of Colorectal Cancer: Open Access, as Editor-in-Chief, it is my distinct honour and privilege to inform you that, it’s been Six long years we have started the Journal, now we are celebrating the 6th Anniversary and we are privileged to welcome Cancer Society to our journal. As Editor-In-Chief it is my great pleasure and honour to welcome you to the Journal of Colorectal Cancer: Open Access, Opening Issue of the Year.

Adults age 50 to 75 be screened for colorectal cancer. The Task Force recommends several colorectal cancer screening strategies, including stool tests, flexible sigmoidoscopy, colonoscopy, and CT colonography. A screening test is used to look for a disease when a person doesn’t have symptoms. You should begin screening for colorectal cancer soon after turning 50, and then continue getting screened at regular intervals. However, you may need to be tested earlier than 50, or more often than other people.

The tests used to screen for colorectal cancer are described below. Colonoscopy A colonoscopy allows the doctor to look inside the entire rectum and colon while a patient is sedated. A flexible, lighted tube called a colonoscope is inserted into the rectum and the entire colon to look for polyps or cancer. Realizing the importance of this field, we are improving our research quality to create high quality general awareness. Insight Medical Publishing has organizing a high indexed publishing opportunity - Submit Here

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Joseph Marreddy
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