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Cancer Bowel Screening - A Simple Guide About How It Works To Help You Decide - cover

Cancer Bowel Screening - A Simple Guide About How It Works To Help You Decide

Anthea Peries

Publisher: Publishdrive

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Cancer: Bowel ScreeningA Simple Guide About How It Works To Help You Decide
 
You know how hesitant you are to have a home Test kit done?So many people around the world are considering this.Yet, we throw up so many mental barriers to getting it done, including any repercussions.If you're thinking about taking a preliminary bowel screening test but aren't sure what to do next, this first book can assist.It should remove any early concerns about what to expect. Aside from this book, the author has written another book having a colonoscopy and endoscopic polyp removal in the colon.In contrast, the author's second book in the colon & rectal series, explains the bowel screening test, which is a way for detecting early indicators of cancer and other intestinal disorders and the next stages of treatment. Both books are a must for peace of mind and anyone seeking solid information of screening, treatment and preparations for further life saving procedures.
 
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Available since: 10/03/2022.
Print length: 100 pages.

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