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Screening Colonoscopies Reduce the Risk of Colon Cancer
Screening colonoscopies are proven to decrease the risk of death from colon cancer. Everyone needs to be screened, beginning at age 50, or earlier if you have additional risks. Depending on your screening results and family medical history, you may not need another colonoscopy for ten years. Other people may need to come in more frequently. Either way, Stanford is your partner, and we will be with you to help reduce your risk for colon cancer.
Stanford strives to make it as easy and stress-free as possible to get a colonoscopy. We help you relax from the time you walk in the door to the time you wake up and are ready to go home.
Reduce your risk of dying from colon cancer and schedule your colonoscopy today.