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View Poll Results: What is the recommended method to screen for colon cancer in those at increased risk?
Colonoscopy 1 50.00%
Double contrast barium enema 1 50.00%
MRI 0 0%
CT scanning 0 0%
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Old December 15th, 2002, 22:13
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What is the recommended method to screen for colon cancer in those at increased risk?

Colonoscopy is recommended. If colonoscopy is unavailable, not feasible, or unacceptable to the patient, the ACS states that double contrast barium enema alone or combined with flexible sigmoidoscopy is acceptable.
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