Permanente oncologist leader Tatjana Kolevska, MD, shares important takeaways from the recent White House Cancer Moonshot Colorectal Cancer Forum.
Permanente gastroenterologist and researcher Douglas Corley, MD, commented in an NPR report about a recent study that cast doubts on the effectiveness of the procedure used to detect colon cancer
Convenient colorectal cancer screening is now recommended for patients ages 45 to 49.
Kaiser Permanente study published in the journal Gastroenterology supports starting screening at age 45 among this higher-risk population.
The National Colorectal Cancer Roundtable recognized Kaiser Permanente as one of 6 recipients of their National Achievement Awards announced last week in a Facebook Live broadcast. The award is a national honor that highlights leadership to increase colorectal cancer screening rates across the United States; March is National Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month.