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Liebman said the “pill cam” is still an experimental tool and too costly for most hospitals, so it is not offered at most hospitals, including Windsor Regional.
For the general population, screening should start at age 50 and be done once every two years.
Colorectal cancer is the second-leading cause of cancer deaths in the province.
For more information visit ontario.ca/screenforlife or call 1-866-662-9233. Shael Liebman speaks during a press conference at Windsor Regional Hospital in Windsor on Monday, March 4, 2013.
(TYLER BROWNBRIDGE / The Windsor Star) Regional vice- president of Cancer Services Claudia Den Boer Grima speaks during a press conference at Windsor Regional Hospital in Windsor on Monday, March 4, 2013.
A change in bowel movements, unexplained weight loss or bleeding might signal the problem, he said, but sometimes colon and rectal cancers don’t show any symptoms.
(TYLER BROWNBRIDGE / The Windsor Star) Gary Mc Namara has his picture taken during a press conference at Windsor Regional Hospital in Windsor on Monday, March 4, 2013.CAD/CAM technicians decide how a product is to be manufactured, what types of machines are to be used, and the machining sequence required to manufacture components to industrial standards.
Windsor residents will spot the booth at the mall, at Spitfires games and even in downtown office buildings in the coming weeks.In the Windsor, Chatham and Sarnia areas, just under 28 per cent of those who should be getting regular screening do, said Claudia Den Boer Grima, the vice-president of cancer services at Windsor Regional Hospital.The province wants to get that number up to 36 per cent.Windsor and the surrounding region have a higher prevalence of colon and rectal cancer compared to the provincial average but less than one-third of eligible residents are screened regularly for the disease. Shael Liebman has his photo taken during a press conference at Windsor Regional Hospital in Windsor on Monday, March 4, 2013.People are being asked to have their photo taken with a pledge to support early screening for colon and rectal cancers.An even newer screening tool is a pill-sized camera that’s swallowed and records images as it works its way through the large intestine.