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Dr. Sonu Ahluwalia Takes A Second Look At Scopefest

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Nothing about it sounds like fun...but getting a colonoscopy detects and removes 98-percent of colorectal tumors...and can reduce the risk of getting colon cancer by 70-percent.

With that in mind...the LA Peer Surgery Center held what's called Scopefest this weekend.

Dr Ahluwalia took part...and while serious, definitely a fun component...a mixologist to help with the prep...and awards.

Doctor Sonu Ahluwalia talks about that and some of the other medical topics making the news...

Follow Dr. Ahluwalia on Twitter: @DrSonuAhluwalia

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