Last month, ABC News carried a story of a 46-year-old fighting colon cancer. It centered on the huge cost of treatment: $400,000.
These people are lucky that their friends are helping raise the treatment costs.
But the best option is: early colonoscopy that detects polyps that may be cancerous or become cancerous.
Katie Couric is suggesting every one over 40 to get screening. Her husband died at 48 of colon cancer. FYI, she took her friend Kim—50 years old—for a screening. Kim found an olive-size cancerous polyp. Lucky for her, it was removed and she saved $400,000 and lot of pain.
If you have questions-please call us at 630-232-2025. Painless colonoscopy at lower prices is available now for those without insurance.