Medical professionals are concerned about the development of colorectal cancer in Canada. Therefore, the Canadian Gastroenterology Association has issued new guidelines for screening.
If the second largest cancer in the country appears after the age of 60, the surgeon says 80% of his experience in cancer treatment is the smallest human colorectal colorectal.
"In Quebec, all people over the age of 50 must seek hidden blood from the screen. It should be started by a family doctor, "said Jill Judin, a gastroenterologist at Maisonneuve-Rosemont Hospital.
People diagnosed with colorectal cancer should be between 40 and 50 years of age. If two members of the immediate family suffer, the screening should be performed at the age of 40. In addition, screening should be made 10 years earlier than the age of the person diagnosed.
Parents with colorectal cancer have twice as many people as the general population.
In Québec, in 2017, 6,600 people were diagnosed with colorectal cancer, with 1,500 deaths.