Important Information Regarding COVID-19.

March is National Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month

Time to get your REAR in GEAR! Who gets colon cancer?

What are the symptoms of colon cancer?

What can you do to prevent colon cancer?

When should you begin Screening Colonoscopy?

If you have questions, contact us today for a consultation with Gotham Gastroenterologists. Our doctors will help you find relief from your symptoms while avoiding future complications. 

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