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And it's time now for -- a house call with this is always.
House co -- Dr.
Who is that -- -- distinguished professor of clinical medicine at the Weill Cornell.
Medical center doctor welcome back great to see you glad -- didn't hear it took a little vacation.
Yeah he's back to you look great we issue but we gotta get right to -- good today right right to start today we have -- -- new health warning that they issued this week.
New evidence that they say confirms that people with diabetes.
Have a higher risk of developing colon cancer.
-- doctor what's what's the connection diabetes and -- -- You know diabetes is very complicated.
Disease -- we noticed some high sugar and -- -- -- -- But it has -- the ramifications.
People who have diabetes.
Are more prone to having heart disease and vascular problems and soon.
Now it turns out that people -- diabetes are also.
Took colon and rectum cancer what the association.
Is and what the mechanism is I don't know.
But if you're -- diabetic.
Checks of your bowel.
Whether it's with a colonoscopy.
-- -- -- -- Bear in mind that you are somewhat.
More vulnerable I don't want you to go through life worrying -- you gonna have cancer.
But every once in awhile get checked out for it because your -- Of those cancers is a little higher if you have -- -- It's it's really important to get -- colonoscopy is they say especially after age of fifty.
You should have certainly be -- absolutely -- that's.
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