The Georgia Colon Cancer Prevention Project is making available to community clinics a test for under $5 that can help detect colon cancer and... Augusta doctors push for inexpensive colon cancer test

The Georgia Colon Cancer Prevention Project is making available to community clinics a test for under $5 that can help detect colon cancer and potentially save lives. For only a few dollars, a test at some community clinics could save the lives of Georgia patients, particularly those without health insurance and in underserved areas.

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