A large-scale study of patients who underwent colonoscopies shows that adenoma detection rates closely tracked the future risk of colorectal cancer, and that for each 1 percent increase in adenoma detection rate, there was a 3 percent decrease in colorectal cancer risk.

The results of the study, which was conducted by Kaiser Permanente researchers using large banks of electronic medical records data, were published in the New England Journal of Medicine.

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