- Dr. Ernie Hawk of the National Cancer Institute's Cancer Prevention Division describes four tests that are used to detect colon cancer beginning at age 50: fecal occult blood testing; flexible sigmoidoscopy; barium enema; and colonoscopy.
- Available as both streaming video (3 min., 15 sec., WMV file, sd., col.) and downloadable video (3 min., 15 sec., WMV file, sd., col.) files.
Title from title frame.
"Some footage courtesy ABC 4 Utah."
Accompanied by transcript in HTML format.
- Technical Details:
- Mode of access: Internet via the NIH SeniorHealth web site. Addresses as of 10/07/09: http://nihseniorhealth.gov/colorectalcancer/symptomsanddiagnosis/video/cc3.html and http://nihseniorhealth.gov/colorectalcancer/symptomsanddiagnosis/video/cc3%5Fmp300.html; current access available via PURL.
System requirements: Internet browser; multimedia software player capable of playing Windows Media Video files.
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