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The impact on colorectal cancer mortality of screening with fecal immunochemical test takes place earlier and is more pronounced than with the guaiac test.
SCREENING PROGRAMS WITH FECAL IMMUNOCHEMICAL TEST REDUCE COLORECTAL CANCER MORTALITY

We compared colorectal cancer mortality of areas with and without a screening program based on the fecal immunochemical test. Before screening onset incidence and mortality rates were similar. Over 10 years with screening, mortality rates declined by 22% compared to other areas, from 45.7 to 36.2 x 100.000.

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Gut
Volume / Volumen: 64
Number / Número: 5
First and last pages / Páginas inicial-final: 784-790
Year / Año: 2015
Month / Mes: may


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Registro Tumori del Veneto - Sistema Epidemiologico Regionale, Padova, PD, Italy


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SCREENING PROGRAMS WITH FECAL IMMUNOCHEMICAL TEST REDUCE COLORECTAL CANCER MORTALITY


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Manuel Zorzi1, Ugo Fedeli2, Mario Saugo3, Angelo Paolo Dei Tos4

4 Director, Registro Tumori del Veneto, Padova Dipartimento Di Anatomia Patologica, Ospedale Santa Maria Di Ca’ Foncello, Treviso, Italia, Director


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