More New Yorkers get colon tests but misconceptions remain

A report from the American Cancer Society says more New Yorkers are getting screened for colon cancer but most cases still are not found until the later stages. One doctor said that despite the heightened awareness, misconceptions remain, including the belief women are at a lower risk of colon cancer and that only one colon screening is needed in a lifetime.

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Rochester Democrat and Chronicle (N.Y.) (tiered subscription model)

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