Primary care visits result in more colon cancer screening, better followups

People who visit their primary care physicians are more likely to get potentially life-saving colon cancer screenings and follow up on abnormal stool blood test results — even in health systems that heavily promote mail-in home stool blood tests that don’t require a doctor visit, a study shows….

People who visit their primary care physicians are more likely to get potentially life-saving colon cancer screenings and follow up on abnormal stool blood test results — even in health systems that heavily promote mail-in home stool blood tests that don’t require a doctor visit, a study shows….