Risk, Prevention and Screening


All About Colon Polyps

A colon polyp is a mass of tissue on the inside wall of the colon that protrudes into the colon "tube." Most colon cancers arise from a polyp; however, only a very small percentage of colon polyps become cancer. Removing polyps that can progress to become cancer, reduces the risk of colon cancer by up to 80%.

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