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Michael Bretthauer

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University of Oslo

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University of Oslo

Problemveien 7

Oslo, Oslo,0313

Norway

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annals.org

Xabier García-Albéniz, MD, PhD; John Hsu, MD, MBA, MSCE; Michael Bretthauer, MD, PhD; Miguel A. Hernán, MD, DrPH


annals.org

Michael Bretthauer, MD, PhD; Michal F. Kaminski, MD, PhD; Cesare Hassan, MD; Mette Kalager, MD, PhD; Øyvind Holme, MD, PhD; Geir Hoff, MD, PhD; Magnus Løberg, MD, PhD; Jaroslaw Regula, MD, PhD; Antoni Castells, MD, PhD; Hans-Olov Adami, MD, PhD


annals.org

Michael Bretthauer, MD, PhD; Mette Kalager, MD, PhD; Hans-Olov Adami, MD, PhD; Geir Hoff, MD, PhD


www.healthpsychologyclinic.ca

Based on the results, "an appealing concept would be to use colonoscopy as a triage screening test, offering it once for everybody at 60 years of age" and using it to classify people into high- and low-risk categories, Dr. Michael Bretthauer of Oslo University Hospital and Dr. Mette Kalager of Telemark Hospital, both in Norway, wrote in an editorial in the journal.


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Michael Bretthauer
michael.bretthauer@medisin.uio.no


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