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Despite nearly 15 years of clinical availability, computed tomography colonography (CTC) remains an infrequently utilized method of colorectal cancer (CRC) screening. High-quality trials and meta-analyses demonstrate comparable test performance between CTC and colonoscopy to detect colorectal polyps in average-risk individuals, especially for polyps 1 cm or greater. Variation in insurance coverage, limited endorsement by gastroenterology […]

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Over the past decade significant advances have been made in the development of non-invasive tools for diagnosing and monitoring treatment in a variety of solid cancers. While traditional imaging modalities and tissue biopsies are still the gold standards for establishing a cancer diagnosis, it has become apparent that these tools are ineffective at identifying cancers […]