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  • 09.3.10

    Dr. Oz’s Colonoscopy Finds Pre-Cancerous Polyp: What Can He Teach Us?

    The Huffington Post | John LaPook

    Dr. Mehmet Oz just might be the last person on earth people would expect to get a colon polyp.

    He’s physically fit (he left me in the dust the last time we ran together), he eats a healthy diet, he doesn’t smoke, and he has no family history of colorectal cancer or colon polyps.

    But several weeks ago, when Mehmet had his first screening colonoscopy at age 50, I removed a small adenomatous polyp that had the potential to turn into cancer over time.

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