Cathy Eng, MD | Authors


Meeting the Unmet Needs of Young Adults With Colorectal Cancer

December 16, 2019

Historically, colorectal cancer has been viewed as a common cancer among elderly patients. The average age at diagnosis of patients with colorectal cancer in the United States is 67 years, in which a screening colonoscopy remains the gold standard of care for prevention and is recommended for all individuals >50 years of age.