Doctors push back on surprise-billing proposal; more backing for colorectal cancer screens at 45
Docs push back on surprise billing compromise
By Gregory Twachtman
But doctors’ groups say the bipartisan legislation’s proposed solution is not a good one.
New evidence further supports starting CRC screening at age 45
An American Cancer Society recommendation to lower starting age for colorectal cancer screening receives new support from a U.S. population–based study.
Bariatric surgery tied to fewer cerebrovascular events
Obese people who underwent the procedure had a two-thirds lower rate.
Many Americans planning to avoid flu vaccination
Less than half of adults had received the influenza vaccine by early November.