Dr Chong giving a talk at the Colorectal Cancer & Sunmed Comprehensive Health Assessment Tool media session to encourage the public to undergo early health screening.

NO ONE has zero risk of developing colorectal cancer, but the chances of it happening to us increases with age, says Sunway Medical Centre (SunMed) consultant gastroenterologist and hepatologist Dr Max Hu.

The risk increases after the age of 40 and higher after 70.

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