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The study compared the colonoscopy findings of patients diagnosed with prostate cancer with the rest of the patients, who served as controls. Results showed that prostate cancer patients had significantly higher prevalence of abnormal polyps and advanced adenomas, compared to controls. Forty-eight percent of prostate cancer patients had adenomas, compared to Additional contributors to the research are Michael D. Materials provided by University at Buffalo. Note: Content may be edited for style and length. Science News. Story Source: Materials provided by University at Buffalo.
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