Depending on your age and sex, you can participate in any of these screening programs.
Preparing for my Surveillance Exam (colonoscopy)
If the lab results of your poo test (FIT test) shows traces of blood, we may recommend doing a surveillance exam (also know as a colonoscopy). This simple procedure involves going in your body with a thin device that has a microscopic camera which allows the physician to see the insides of your colon. If any polyps are encountered they will be removed immediately and painless.
We invite you in for an intake conversation and guide you through the whole process from start to finish.
The Caribbean Prevention Center has its own stat-of-the-art colonoscopy center and our nurses are well-trained and specialize themselves for this procedure.
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