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March 7, 2006
The American Cancer Society estimates that about 55,000 people will die this year in the United States from colorectal cancer. Still, the death rate has declined over the last 15 years, due, at least in part, to increased awareness and cancer screening. In fact, Dr. Robert Madoff, a University of Minnesota cancer surgeon, says that screenings are the best prevention.
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