A study published by the American Cancer Society found a steep increase in the rate of colorectal cancer rose in adults younger than age 55 years. Three in 10 colorectal cancer diagnoses occur in people of this age group. The authors call for considering early screening as the proportion of rectal cancer diagnosed in adults younger than age 55 years years has doubled in just two decades.
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