CRC Awareness Roundup: Lower screening age, effort to break stigma in Black community

For the entirety of March, the gastroenterology community has celebrated National Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month to encourage individuals to learn more about the highly preventable cancer and to increase screening.Thus far in 2023, there have been major shifts in CRC screening, beginning with CMS lowering the minimum age for screening to 45 under Medicaid Part B and research found artificial intelligence may offset time-related decline in colonoscopy quality.Additionally, the Association of Black Gastroenterologists and Hepatologists partnered with James Casey — patient advocate,Read More

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