KCTV: Colon Cancer Survivor Urges Early Screening as Rates in Younger People Rise

The American Cancer Society stated colon cancer is hitting younger populations, and it’s why the recommended screening age has been lowered from 50 to 45 years old.

For Travis Haynes, he was barely over that mark, and it was almost too late.

KCTV talked to Travis and Dr. Robert Amajoyi, a colorectal surgeon at Saint Luke's, about the importance of screenings and when to start. 


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