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Screening, Prevention and Socioeconomic Costs Associated with the Treatment of Colorectal Cancer

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    • Colorectal cancer treatment is the second-most costly treatment, and costs over $6.5 billion per year. Breast cancer is the first, and costs about $6.6 billion.  
    • 85-95% of colorectal cancer patients can be cured if the cancer is detected in stage I. If the cancer isn’t detected until a later stage, then the average 5-year survival…