FAQ

Screening - what is it?

Screening is a program for the early detection of cancer and precancerous diseases at an early stage, when the patient has no health complaints and feels well.

Screening as a primary prevention method helps prevent the development of cancer.

Studies are conducted to determine if a patient has developed cancer without symptoms or complaints.

When and how often should a colonoscopy be performed?

For people 50-70 years old (men and women), it is advisable to conduct a survey of the thick one every two years.