Colonoscopies Fail to Reduce Colorectal-Related Deaths
The gold-standard recommendation for colorectal screening - colonoscopies - didn't work to reduce related deaths, leading researchers to say their benefits may have been overstated.
A landmark study published in The New England Journal of Medicine found the “benefits” of colonoscopies are not as great as they’re made out to be
After 10 years, those who were invited to get colonoscopies had an 18% lower risk of colorectal cancer than the unscreened group
There was no statistically significant reduction in the risk of …