Published on May 21, 2021
TUESDAY, May 18, 2021 (NBC)—New guidelines from the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force suggest that screenings for colorectal cancer should begin at age 45 — five years earlier than was previously recommended.
The change, the group says, could save thousands of lives.
[NOTE: Read the Prevent Cancer Foundation’s statement on the new guidelines.]
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