colon cancer nip it in the butt

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Colon cancer: Nip it in the butt

Finding colorectal cancer early can save your life. Colonoscopy is the gold standard method of detecting colon cancer, and the recommended screening age for starting colonoscopies is between 45 and 50. However, younger people can get colon cancer. Talk to your doctor about what's best for you and whether you may benefit from genetic testing, which can help assess your risk. Learn more about genetic testing from Allina Health genetics counselor Della Bro in an interview with KARE 11 News.

Watch the interview with genetic counselor Della Bro.

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