Dr. Bryan Green has been asked to serve a 3 year term on the Mercer University College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Board in Macon Georgia. Dr. Green graduated Summa Cum Laude from there in 1995 with a BS in Biology prior to attending medical school. He has become active with the Mercer University Biomedical Engineering Department partnering with them in a research study involving 3D printing of models of the human biliary tree.
Dr. Bryan T. Green served as the South Carolina Medical Association Doctor of the Day at the South Carolina Statehouse March 11, 2021 in honor of Colon Cancer Awareness month. He was recognized in the House and Senate chambers for his efforts with the South Carolina Colon Cancer Prevention Network (CCPN) that has provided over 3,000 free screening colonoscopies for uninsured South Carolina residents.
Simone Ledward Boseman, the wife of the late actor Chadwick Boseman, issued an impassioned plea for people to get screened for colon cancer as she accepted an award on behalf of her husband. Read more here.
Cases of colon and rectal cancer are on the rise in young adults — and the median age of patients diagnosed is getting lower.
Colorectal cancer is the third deadliest cancer among men and women in the United States — after lung and prostate in men and lung and breast in women.
Actor Chadwick Boseman died of colon cancer Friday at age 43 after battling the disease for years.
Colorectal cancer may be on the decline, but the tragic death of Chadwick Boseman is a reminder that the colon and rectal cancers are not going away. Colorectal cancer is still the third most common cancer in the United States, with over 104,610 new cases expected to be diagnosed this year, according to the American Cancer Society.