Opportunities for the Primary Prevention of Colorectal Cancer in the United States
Cancer Prevention Research, 01/06/2012
Joshu CE et al. – The findings provide support for the prioritization of preventive services in health care reform. Increasing awareness, especially among young adults, that lifestyle factors influence colorectal cancer risk, and other chronic diseases, may encourage lifestyle changes and adherence to screening guidelines. Complementary approaches of screening and lifestyle modification will likely provide the greatest reduction of colorectal cancer.