‘Kentucky Health’ discusses the use of blood as an alternative means of screening for most cancers
For Release: 11/06/23 10:45 AM
If cancer screening didn’t require uncomfortable probing and poking, would people be more inclined to get it done? Join Dr. Wayne Tuckson for the next Kentucky Health as we talk with Dr. Whitney Jones, founder of the Colon Cancer Prevention Project in Louisville, about using a blood sample to screen for most cancers.
KET Sunday, Nov. 12 • 1:30/12:30 pm
KET2 Monday, Nov. 13 • 2/1 pm
Watch on-demand at KET.org and on the PBS app
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