Initiation of lower gastrointestinal endoscopy before 50 years of age is associated with a reduced risk for colorectal cancer in women.
Physician- and patient-oriented informational materials developed to support decision-making about polygenic risk scores
Researchers assessed the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on the Veterans Health Administration’s use of colonoscopy screening.
Researchers evaluated whether consuming unprocessed red meat or processed meat after being diagnosed with stage III colon cancer would lead to cancer recurrence or mortality.
Researchers sought to determine whether using a fecal immunochemical test would help decrease colorectal cancer and mortality.
Researchers sought to determine if adding atezolizumab to therapy with capecitabine and bevacizumab would improve progression-free survival in refractory metastatic colorectal cancer.
Cumulative lifetime excess weight has a greater impact on colorectal cancer (CRC) risk than excess weight at a single time point.
Researchers assessed the effect of preoperative intravenous NSAIDs on postoperative pain relief in patients who underwent laparoscopic cholecystectomy.
Researchers sought to determine whether not undergoing a colonoscopy after a positive FIT was linked to increased incidence of colorectal cancer and mortality.
The association between colonoscopy surveillance intervals and CRC stage, treatment, and all-cause and cancer-specific mortality was examined.
Artificial sweeteners (particularly aspartame and acesulfame-K) are associated with increased cancer risk.
Researchers analyzed the relationship between metabolic dysfunction-associated fatty liver disease and the risk for colon cancer.
Researchers in Sweden sought to explore whether receiving treatment with antibiotics was associated with risk for early-onset colorectal cancer.
Taller height should be considered a risk factor for colorectal cancer or adenoma.
Equitable delivery of effective strategies across the screening continuum can increase screening rates and reduce colorectal cancer-related mortality among Black and White individuals.
Postdiagnosis intake of unprocessed red meat, processed meat not linked with recurrence or mortality risk in patients with stage III colon cancer
Investigators assessed the prevalence of and risk factors for colorectal neoplasia among patients aged 18 to 54 years.
Investigators assessed trends and patterns of healthcare spending in patients with GI malignancies in the US and predicted spending estimates for the next decade.
A group-randomized sought to determine the cost effectiveness of adding community-to-clinic tailored navigation to a community education program for colorectal screening.
Researchers assessed whether the overall survival benefit of biologic agents is consistent among both Black and White patients with metastatic colorectal cancer.