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Charles Basch appears on WNBC's 'Eye on NY Show'

Charles Basch, TC's Richard March Hoe Professor of Health Education, appeared Sunday, March 22, on WNBC's Eye on New York Show. Basch spoke about his work, funded by the American Cancer Society, to encourage "hard-to-reach" populations to get colon cancer screenings. Basch said prevention of colon cancer is more effective than cure and treatment, and early detection of colon cancer is critical to raising cure rates.
Charles Basch, TC’s Richard March Hoe Professor of Health Education, appeared Sunday, March 22, on WNBC’s Eye on New York Show. Basch spoke about his work, funded by the American Cancer Society, to encourage “hard-to-reach” populations to get colon cancer screenings. Basch said prevention of colon cancer is more effective than cure and treatment, and early detection of colon cancer is critical to raising cure rates.
 

Published Tuesday, Mar. 24, 2009

Charles Basch appears on WNBC's 'Eye on NY Show'

Charles Basch, TC’s Richard March Hoe Professor of Health Education, appeared Sunday, March 22, on WNBC’s Eye on New York Show. Basch spoke about his work, funded by the American Cancer Society, to encourage “hard-to-reach” populations to get colon cancer screenings. Basch said prevention of colon cancer is more effective than cure and treatment, and early detection of colon cancer is critical to raising cure rates.
 
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