The Biden colon polyp was potentially an early cancer


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President Biden has removed the “pre-cancerous lesion” after receiving routine colonoscopy last week.

Biden last week removed a “benign-appearing 3 mm polyp” that was sent for examination and “identified as tubular adenoma,” according to a memo released Wednesday by the White House.

President Joe Biden
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“This is similar to the polyp he took in 2008,” the doctor reads a memo signed by President Kevin C. O’Connor. “Tubular adenoma is thought to be benign, slow-growing, but pre-cancerous, for which no further action is needed at this time.”

The memo states that Biden should receive “repeat colonoscopy in 7 to 10 years.”

Biden in a nutshell Transferred the power of the President Vice President Kamala Harris may be in action on Friday, making her the first woman in US history to hold presidential power.

Vice President Kamala Harris

Vice President Kamala Harris
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O’Connor pronounced Biden to be “healthy” and vigorous, deciding that the president was fit for duty, finding that he was suffering from a difficult walk.

President Joe Biden.  (AP Photo / Ivan Vucci)

President Joe Biden. (AP Photo / Ivan Vucci)
(AP Photo / Ivan Vucci)

Biden, who took office when he was 78, became the oldest US president to take office earlier this year. The reason for their age Increased scrutiny As to his health and well-being, some have questioned whether he is able to meet the demands of being president.


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