The making of a turf war?
A study published this week in the New England Journal of Medicine has found that "virtual" colonoscopies may be able to identify cancers as well as invasive surgeries and other procedures. However, some are concerned about the financial ramifications, as colonoscopies have been very profitable for gastroenterologists.
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