Quality Measures For Colon Cancer Screening Should Not Focus On Age Alone, Study Suggests

February 28, 2014 / by Exact Sciences / category: Colorectal Cancer Screening News
Most insurers use quality measures that encourage 50- to 75-year olds to get screened. However, the results of a recent study indicate that it may be beneficial to include benefit to the patient as part of these quality measures instead of age alone. Read More
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Rare Disease Day: 4 Things to Know

February 26, 2014 / by Exact Sciences / category: General
Rare Disease Day 2014 is Friday, February 28. To raise awareness, we share one Exact Sciences team member's personal connection with rare diseases and provide information about them. Read More
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What Research Suggests About Aspirin's Potential To Lower Colon Cancer Risk

February 21, 2014 / by Exact Sciences / category: Colorectal Cancer Screening News
Aspirin's potential use in cancer prevention has long been studied, and it's become a hot topic of late. We take a look at some recent findings. Read More
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Dress In Blue Day Pioneer Anita Mitchell is February 2014's Hero of the Month

February 19, 2014 / by Exact Sciences / category: Hero of the Month
Anita Mitchell survived stage IV colon cancer, and has devoted her life to advocating to fight against the disease with several organizations since then. She's our Hero of the Month for February 2014 Read More
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Colon Cancer Survival Rates on the Rise, But Not For All Races and Ethnicities

February 14, 2014 / by Exact Sciences / category: Colorectal Cancer Screening News
Survival rates for colon cancer are up since the late 90s, but only for non-Hispanic whites and non-Hispanic Asians. Rates for other racial and ethnic groups haven't moved. Read More
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