Study: Colon cancer screening rates decline

12/10/2007 | Forbes

The number of Medicare recipients getting screening tests for colorectal cancer, such as colonoscopy and barium enemas, has dropped since the program started paying for the tests, a new study found. Experts attribute the decline to the lack of a preventive mind-set in many doctors and the failure of patients to discuss colon cancer screening with their physicians.

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