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How Often Should You Have a Colonoscopy?

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Posted in Colon Cancer on January 5, 2007

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What length of time does it take for a polyp to grow from the gland cell stage to through the various stages until it reaches the advanced adenocarcinoma stage.


What are the risks or side effects if any from a colonoscopy.

Posted by: Lia | April 27, 2007 12:16 PM

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