Colon cancer patient sees benefits of regular screenings

Wayne Reynolds of Dallas began getting regular colonoscopies at age 35, after a bleeding polyps diagnosis, but he admits he slacked off and was about a year overdue for a screening when he was diagnosed with colon cancer. Reynolds says he is not surprised by study data showing women are more likely than men to get a cancer screening. He says he regularly hears from friends and co-workers that obtaining a screening is not important because they do not have symptoms. KDAF-TV (Dallas-Fort Worth) (1/3)

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