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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.

and

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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