Only 4 in 10 people participate in colorectal cancer screening

Only 4 in 10 people participate in colorectal cancer screening

Parc Taulí Hospital warns that only 4 out of 10 people invited participate in the early detection program for colorectal cancer. In this sense, participation Dropped a point Compared to the previous round. This was particularly noticeable in the younger group, i.e. the 50-55 age group.

Salut points out that colorectal cancer is the most common among men and women in Catalonia, with more than 6000 new cases every yearIn addition, it is the second leading cause of cancer death in Catalonia. Survival is higher or lower depending on the stage of tumor development at the time of diagnosis. For this, Early detection has been shown to reduce mortality rates. In these cases.

Fourth Round Program for Early Detection of Colorectal Cancer

In the case of Terrassa, the results were divided into 7 regions.

The table just published the data corresponding to Ronda 4.

theABS Terrace A4,533 people participated, 149 more than in the previous round. The participation rate was 42.29%. In 3.57% of these people, the test was positive and 150 colonoscopies were performed. 7 cases of invasive cancer were detected.

In theABS Terrassa B2,110 people participated. The turnout rate was 35.85%, down one point from the previous round. In 4.9% of these people, the test was positive and 96 colonoscopies were performed. No invasive cancer was detected.

In theABS Terrassa C1,149 people participated. The participation rate was 43.16%, slightly lower than in the previous round. In 4.26% of these people, the test was positive and 49 colonoscopies were performed. 2 invasive cancers were detected.

In theABS terrace d2,593 people participated, 31 more than in the previous round. The turnout rate was 42.9%. In 4.2% of these people, the test was positive and 107 colonoscopies were performed. 2 invasive cancers were detected.

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In theABS Terrassa E5,100 people participated. The participation rate was 43.5%, almost two points lower than the previous round. In 4.2% of these people, the test was positive and 204 colonoscopies were performed. 5 cases of invasive cancer were detected.

In theABS Terrassa F2,176 people participated, 1,136 fewer than in the previous round. The turnout rate was 34%, down about 4 points from the previous round. In 5.4% of these people, the test was positive and 117 colonoscopies were performed. Four cases of invasive cancer were detected.

In theABS Terrassa H2504 people participated. The participation rate was 39.7%. This ABS was newly established and no comparative data from previous rounds are available. In 4.8% of these people, the test was positive and 116 colonoscopies were performed. 2 invasive cancers were detected.

Population Program for Early Detection of Colorectal Cancer

he Population Program for Early Detection of Colorectal Cancer The Health Department in Western Valles was launched in October 2015. In this area, it is coordinated by the Technical Office for Cancer Screening in Park Tauli. It targets men and women between the ages of 50 and 69..

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