1 Comment on Jim Tate Grateful for Kaiser Permanente’s Focus on Prevention

  1. […] One of these stories, highlighted in this video, is the story of Jim Tate, whose at-home, mailed-in screening — using something called a fecal immunochemical test (also known as a FIT test) — prompted his physician to order a colonoscopy. Pre-cancerous polyps were discovered, and the early diagnosis was addressed. More on Jim’s story can be found on the Care Stories blog. […]

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