Experts weigh cancer screenings in elderly

10/26/2009 | Chicago Tribune (tiered subscription model)

Health experts are studying the benefits, risks and costs of cancer screenings for the elderly in advance of an expected increase in testing by aging baby boomers. Some suggest that colon cancer screening may be more useful for younger people and offer less benefit for the elderly because polyps can take years to become cancerous and life-threatening.

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