Expert: Early detection important in colon cancer

12/3/2007 | McKinney Courier-Gazette (Texas)

Preventive measures and early detection have resulted in a reduced mortality rate for colon cancer, and people over the age of 50 should have a colonoscopy every five to 10 years, according to one expert. Dr. Shifeng Mao also recommends people eat less meat, more fiber, exercise regularly and avoid cigarette smoking.

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