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Endoscopy before age 50 linked to lower risk of colorectal cancer in women 

Women who started endoscopic screenings at age 45 had a 50 percent to 60 percent lower risk of colorectal cancer compared to those who didn't screen at all, according to research published May 5 in JAMA Network Open. 

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