New CRC Research in CGH and Gastro
In support of colorectal cancer (CRC) awareness month, the editors of Clinical Gastroenterology and Hepatology (CGH) and Gastroenterology would like to highlight new CRC research appearing in the March issues of the journals.
- “DNA Testing and Molecular Screening for Colon Cancer” by John Carethers, et al.
- “Patient Factors that Affect Quality of Colonoscopy Preparation” by Michael S. Wolf, et al.
- “Bowel Preparation for Colonoscopy: Entering an Era of Increased Expectations for Efficacy” by Douglas K. Rex
- “Barriers to Colorectal Cancer Screening in Palestine: A National Study in a Medically Underserved Population” by Michael B. Wallace, et al.
- “Comparing Quality, Safety and Costs Between Nurse- and Physician-Trainee Performed Colonoscopy” by Renate Massl, et al.
- “Development and Validation of a Scoring System to Identify Individuals at High Risk for Advanced Colorectal Neoplasms Who Should Undergo Colonoscopy Screening” by Hermann Brenner, et al.
- “Limited Life Expectancy Among a Subgroup of Medicare Beneficiaries Receiving Screening Colonoscopies” by Sahil Mittal, et al.
- “Reduced Risk of Colorectal Cancer Up to 10 Years After Screening, Surveillance, or Diagnostic Colonoscopy” by Hermann Brenner, et al.
- “Lower Endoscopy Reduces Colorectal Cancer Incidence in Older Individuals” by Charles J. Kahi, et al.
- “Dietary Fiber Intake Reduces Risk for Colorectal Adenoma: a Meta-Analysis” by Qiwen Ben, et al.
- “Low–dose Aspirin Use After Diagnosis of Colorectal Cancer Does not Increase Survival: a Case–Control Analysis of a Population–Based Cohort” by Chris Cardwell, et al.
- “A Bundled Payment Framework for Colonoscopy Performed for Colorectal Cancer Screening or Surveillance” by Joel V. Brill, et al.