Colonic Polyp News and Research

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Colonic polyps, also called colon polyps, are extra pieces of tissue that grow inside your body. Colonic polyps grow in the large intestine, or colon. Most polyps are not dangerous. However, some polyps may turn into cancer or already be cancer. To be safe, doctors remove polyps and test them. Polyps can be removed when a doctor examines the inside of the large intestine during a colonoscopy.
Laparoscopic-assisted colonoscopy with polypectomy reduces hospital utilization

Laparoscopic-assisted colonoscopy with polypectomy reduces hospital utilization

Diagnosing colonic polyps: an interview with Dr. Haili Wang, Metabolomic Technologies Inc. (MTI)

Diagnosing colonic polyps: an interview with Dr. Haili Wang, Metabolomic Technologies Inc. (MTI)

New antibodies estimate risk of polyps developing into bowel cancer

New antibodies estimate risk of polyps developing into bowel cancer

Colorectal cancer screening: an interview with Dr Donato F. Altomare

Colorectal cancer screening: an interview with Dr Donato F. Altomare

Colonoscopy prevents cancer deaths: Study

Colonoscopy prevents cancer deaths: Study

Cancer screening updates

Cancer screening updates

Research explains why recipients of growth hormone therapy may develop colon polyps

Research explains why recipients of growth hormone therapy may develop colon polyps

Protein loss linked to colon polyp risk from growth hormone

Protein loss linked to colon polyp risk from growth hormone