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[9/17/2008] ASGE Encourages Patients to Speak to Their Doctor About Colorecta...

[9/15/2008] UC Davis doctors use multimedia to increase colorectal cancer scr...

[9/7/2008] Many colorectal cancer survivors do not receive recommended follo...

[9/4/2008] National Coalition for Quality Colorectal Cancer Screening and Ca...

[9/2/2008] Study confirms colorectal cancer screening should start at age 50

[9/1/2008] PET scans lead to treatment changes in majority of colorectal can...

[7/24/2008] Journal of Clinical Oncology Article Highlights CellSearch(TM) Ci...

[7/7/2008] FDA Grants AMDL Clearance to Market the AMDL-ELISA DR-70(R) (FDP)...

[7/2/2008] DiagnoCure's GCC marker for the staging of colorectal cancer ...

[6/26/2008] Avastin(R) Shows Unprecedented Benefits in Colorectal Cancer Pati...

[6/17/2008] MIT researchers see alternative to common colorectal cancer drug

[6/11/2008] Orion Genomics Gains Exclusive Worldwide Rights to the IGF2 Gene ...

[6/8/2008] Family history and screening for colorectal cancer

[6/3/2008] Celator(R) Pharmaceuticals Announces Positive Phase 2 Results for...

[6/3/2008] Family history of colorectal cancer linked with reduced risk of c...

[6/1/2008] Poniard Announces Positive Preliminary Efficacy and Safety Data F...

[5/31/2008] Data Confirm Avastin(R) Helps Patients With Metastatic Colorectal...

[5/29/2008] USC study finds sex, age and ethnicity assciated with colorectal ...

[5/20/2008] Annual FIT Testing Detects Colorectal Cancer Two Years Earlier Th...

[5/16/2008] New Method Proposed for Determining Which Patients Should Get Tre...


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