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How often should I be rescreened for colon cancer after being diagnosed?

Daniel Labow, MD
Surgical Oncology
A colon cancer diagnoses requires followup cancer screening. In this WisePatient video, oncologist Daniel Labow, MD, of The Mount Sinai Medical Center, outlines how often a patient will need a colonoscopy to stay cancer-free.

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