A contentious new study published in the New England Journal of Medicine cast doubts on how useful colonoscopies can be at preventing sickness and death from colon cancer. But some experts are pushing back against the study’s conclusions.
“I don’t think this is representative of what happens in the United States. The limitations of this article really make it non-applicable,” Adam Lessne, MD, a gastroenterologist at Gastro Health in Florida, told Verywell. “When you take away the limitations, it’s proven again that colonoscopies do save lives and they do reduce the risk of death.” Read More at VeryWell Health >>