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Health Information > Condition Information > Diagnosis
Reviewed on 10/12
By Dr. Morton
Luette Morton, MD
Dept. of Medicine
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Early detection of colon polyps is important since most colon cancer develops slowly from colon polyps. The first step in diagnosing colon polyps and colon cancer is a good evaluation. This may include:
There are many chronic diseases that have secondary symptoms affecting the digestive system. This program maximizes GI therapy for improved health.
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