Colonoscopy pioneer Dr. William Wolff dies at age 94

The physician who co-developed the colonoscopy procedure that transformed colorectal cancer prevention has died at the age of 94. Dr. William I. Wolff, along with Dr. Hiromi Shinya, devised the colonoscope device and the wire loop snare that removes a polyp at the point of detection, making a second procedure unnecessary.

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