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Beaumont hospital has a giant inflatable colon you can walk through for information about colon screening. I wonder what term they use to identify the people who pass through? Perhaps: "Those understanding recommended diagnostics" or TURDs for short?
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I believe those things attached to the colon side walls could be removed with a flush turd router bit. ;-)
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lmao......thx for thee chuckle...

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Very funny Mike, still everyone should never forget that we who are lucky enough to live in advances countries have a big advantages over persons who do not, we can have our colon screened, we can have a chest xray, and blood tests, we can have CT scans done, lives get saved by early screening so get them done if you have not had the due diligence tests done. N
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Yes, I have one every 5 years, but that mental image ..... made my day.

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Very funny Mike, still everyone should never forget that we who are lucky enough to live in advances countries have a big advantages over persons who do not, we can have our colon screened, we can have a chest xray, and blood tests, we can have CT scans done, lives get saved by early screening so get them done if you have not had the due diligence tests done. N
Actually it should be taken seriously, and Im totally agree with this post.
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Neville and Joseph, I agree about the importance of diagnostic tests. It's just that the image of people walking through a colon hit my funny bone.

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Omg---that's funny!!!!!
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