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Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney get a colonoscopy on camera to raise awareness
It was a first for actor Ryan Reynolds, who allowed a video crew to capture his colonoscopy screening on camera to raise awareness of the increase in colon cancer diagnoses among people under 50. Colorectal cancer is the third most frequently diagnosed cancer in the United States, according to the American Cancer Society.
Actor Rob McElhenney, who created and starred in the long-running comedy "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia," teamed up with Reynolds on the project and also underwent a videotaped colonoscopy. "If they find a polyp, it's either bigger than his -- which is awesome -- or it's smaller than his, which means I have less of an opportunity to have cancer. Either way I win," McElhenney told the camera while waiting for his procedure.
During McElhenney's procedure, Los Angeles gastroenterologist Dr. Leo Treyzon found three very small polyps. "They were not a big deal but certainly a good thing that we found them early and removed them," Treyzon told the actor in recovery.
Reynolds had one polyp.
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