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Re: Wrong place for science?
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Re: Wrong place for science?


I do not intend to create any more disention here, but you asked the question several times:
"What are your thoughts about how doctors doing colonoscopies on older, unhealthy people never find mucoid plaque--just clean, pink flesh?"
Could you maybe check out this link I am providing, and a partial quote, to see if maybe THIS is why the doctors see pink flesh?
Quote from site as follows:

Colonoscopy Preparation

A colonoscopy can be carried out in a hospital, clinic, or in a doctor?s office, depending on the facility. You will be given an appointment and a set of instructions to follow before the test is performed.

Although the exact instructions given may vary from clinic to clinic, their objective is the same: to clean out the contents of the bowel before the test.

This allows the bowel wall to be seen during the test.

eMedicine Consumer Health


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