The number of Australians dying from rectal cancer is set to increase substantially over the next few decades, researchers…
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An analysis of last year's updated national colorectal cancer screening guidelines has identified a few key changes for GPs…
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Patients with a negative colonoscopy may not need to have a faecal occult blood test (FOBT) for the next four years. A…
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Patients with a negative colonoscopy may not need to have a faecal occult blood test (FOBT) for the next four years. A…
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Promoted This content has been produced by Gilead     Around 200,000 Australians are still living with chronic…
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We know that faecal occult blood testing, through Australia’s bowel cancer screening program, saves lives. But although the…
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Nurses are leading the charge when it comes to tracking colorectal cancer in at-risk patients, according to research…
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Too many people are having colonoscopies unnecessarily, putting more needy patients at risk due to delayed diagnosis. This…
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