Take 100 patients who are candidates for colorectal screening. We know that a group of them will try to avoid the procedure or postpone it for as long as possible. Evidence of this, for example, would be rescheduling appointments multiple times to later dates. We also know that among this 100 is another group of people who need a colonoscopy more than others. A family history of cancerous polyps is a ...


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