Colonoscopy: The ‘Minor Inconvenience’ That Saves Lives

**By Vlad V. Simianu, MD, MPH** Learning she had colorectal cancer last year surprised Helen Nind. The 55-year-old mother of two had no family history of the disease, no symptoms and generally felt healthy. But the suspicious polyp that was found … [Read more...]

Getting a Good Colonoscopy

It is easy to talk about preventing colorectal cancer through healthy lifestyle choices and screening. But discussing how to get a good colonoscopy is a more awkward subject. Most of us will start getting routine colonoscopies beginning at age 50 -- … [Read more...]