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O'Neil. ‘We observed a strong and significant increased threat of advanced neoplasms including cancers in close family members of subjects with CRC,’ report James Lau and co-authors in Gastroenterology. ‘Siblings of individuals with CRC should have screening.’ The team performed colonoscopy in 374 siblings of patients who underwent CRC medical procedures at the Prince of Wales Medical center between 2001 and 2011, along with 374 age – and gender-matched siblings of people with a healthy colonoscopy and no family history of CRC. Related StoriesMeat-rich diet may boost kidney cancer riskNew findings reveal association between colorectal cancer and melanoma medication treatmentCrucial change in solitary DNA base predisposes kids to aggressive type of cancerAdvanced neoplasms – defined as tumor or adenoma of at least 10 mm in diameter with high-quality dysplasia and/or villous or tubulovillous features – were detected in 7.5 percent of CRC patient siblings compared with just 2.9 percent of control siblings.