Howard University Hospital To Offer Free Colorectal Screenings

July 2010
Washington Informer;7/15/2010, Vol. 46 Issue 39, p16
The article reports on the free colon cancer screening offered by the Howard University Cancer Center to Washington, D.C. residents between ages 50 and 64 and those who are insured or whose insurance does not cover the procedure.


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