Getting any type of medical procedure can make you nervous, which is why you should know all the answers to your questions before you go. But what if you don’t know which questions to ask?
Many cancer patients will be asked to get a colonoscopy as a preventative measure. And although they are commonly performed, they’re hardly routine. Jeffrey Weber, MD, Gastroenterologist and Chief of Medicine at Cancer Treatment Centers of America says there are seven questions you should be asking before getting a colonoscopy. Read more on why the answers to these questions are so important.
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