Cooley teams with local health groups to encourage colorectal screening

FROM LEFT, William T. Chen, physician at University Gastroenterology; Dr. Thomas Sepe, president of University Gastroenterology; Ed Cooley, men’s basketball head coach for Providence College; and Eric Newton, physician at University Gastroenterology and a clinical associate professor of medicine at the Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University, are encouraging people to get screened for colon cancer. / COURTESY UNIVERSITY GASTROENTEROLOGY
FROM LEFT, William T. Chen, physician at University Gastroenterology; Dr. Thomas Sepe, president of University Gastroenterology; Ed Cooley, men’s basketball head coach for Providence College; and Eric Newton, physician at University Gastroenterology and a clinical associate professor of medicine at the Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University, are encouraging people to get screened for colon cancer. / COURTESY UNIVERSITY GASTROENTEROLOGY
PROVIDENCE – Providence College Men’s Basketball Head Coach Ed Cooley is teaming up with University Gastroenterology and University Endoscopy Group to urge people 50 years and older and those in high-risk categories to get screened for colon cancer as part of national colorectal cancer awareness month. As part of a campaign to shed light on…

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