Warning: If You’re an Indian American and Have Lived in the US for 10 Years, Your Colon Cancer Risk is Same as of Any American

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ACTON, MA—Did you know: If you are Indian American or South Asian and even vegetarian but have lived in the United States for 10 years, your risk for colon cancer is the same as any American?

Why and what can you do prevent colon cancer? In an exclusive video interview on Face-to-Face, Gastroenterology expert Dr. Raj Devarajan, MD, explains why Indian Americans at the same risk, what they should do.

To watch the full interview, please click here, or on the image below.

Dr. Devarajan is the founder of Acton, MA-based Middlesex Digestive Health & Endoscopy Center. He received Boston Magazine Top Doctors Award, 2019.

Dr. Devarajan is board certified in Gastroenterology, Internal Medicine, Psychiatry and Child Psychiatry. He has trained at Harvard, Yale and Tufts Universities. He has served as chief of Gastroenterology at Emerson Hospital and Nashoba Valley Medical Center. Dr. Devarajan has introduced advanced therapeutic procedures at both hospitals.


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