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Guidelines for Colon Cancer Screening

The American College of Physicians issued a guidance statement suggesting average-risk adults ages 50 to 70 should get regular screenings for colon cancer using FIT (Fecal Immunochemical Test) kit or high-sensitivity fecal occult blood test every two years, colonoscopy every 10 years, or flexible sigmoidoscopy every 10 years plus FIT every two years. Read More


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Infographic: When To Schedule a Cancer Screening

It's important to follow recommendations for screening tests because when cancer is found early, it is most likely treatable. Read More


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Infographic: Colon Health and Your Plumbing

Check out our infographic as we tackle some myths about getting a colonoscopy. Read More


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Five Myths About Colonoscopies

We spoke with Dr. Mark Friedman, a gastroenterologist in the Gastrointestinal Oncology Program, to tackle myths about colonoscopies and colon cancer. Read More


COMMUNITY OF COURAGE

STORIES TO INSPIRE YOU ON YOUR JOURNEY THROUGH CANCER