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Comprehensive guide on common GI
By Dr. John Haydek If you’ve read GIA’s blogs, or website material in general, you’re familiar with the emphasis that we place on the lifesaving value of screening colonoscopies to [...]
GIA’S FREE SCREENING COLONOSCOPY DAY MARKS FIVE YEARS, NEARLY 250 PEOPLE WHO HAVE RECEIVED LIFESAVING TESTApril 5, 2014
By Dr. Bergein “Gene” Overholt Early morning activity is commonplace on weekdays at Gastrointestinal Associates’ Weisgarber Road office because people who have fasted for screening tests want to get them [...]
General guidelines recommend that most adults have a screening colonoscopy every 10 years beginning at age 50; for African Americans, however, the recommended age drops to 45. Why the difference? [...]
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