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Michael Zalis

Removing barriers to colon testing

By Michael Zalis
May 8, 2009

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Since colon cancer develops over years from typically slow-growing, benign polyps, fewer people should die of the disease. Yet it remains the number two cancer killer in the United States. Why? (Full article: 644 words)

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