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Colon Cancer Screenings Should Start At 45

The American Cancer Society’s newly updated recommendations for colon and rectal cancer screening suggest that Americans get screened starting at age 45 instead of 50, as previously advised. What do you think?

“Just tell me at what age I should suddenly panic about ignoring all this stuff.”

Charles Viavant • Manicure Artist

“I may never again think of 45 as a fun-loving, devil-may-care age.”

Sandra Patinkin • Lasso Instructor

“Yeah, but how many times a week should I be going?”

Darnell Wright • Soviet Art Collector

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