Patients with intestinal polyps have a lower risk of dying from cancer than previously thought, according to Norwegian researchers.

This group of patients may therefore need less frequent colonoscopic surveillance than what is common today. As a potential concequence, the researchers argue, health service resources may be diverted to other, patient groups. 

The findings were released today in The New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM).


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