Oregon’s colonoscopy trailblazer steps into new leadership role

Colorectal screening, primarily by colonoscopy, contributed to a steep drop in cancer incidence (Yang et al. 2014). David Lieberman, M.D., professor and head of gastroenterology and hepatology in...

Making sense of colorectal cancer screening choices

Colorectal cancer is the third most common cause of cancer death among men and women in the U.S. But there is shockingly large regional variation in mortality, in part because of sharp differences...

Making better decisions to prevent colon cancer

Colorectal cancer mortality rates (per 100,000) are as much as six times higher in red counties than in those colored dark blue. (Source: NCI SEER data 2007-2011) To prevent deaths from colon...