Colorectal Cancer Screening

All adults with an average risk of colorectal (colon and rectal) cancers need to undergo routine screenings starting at age 45.  However, those with a family history of colorectal cancer or any other risk factors should begin screening earlier than age 45. African Americans also…

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Get Moving! Physical Activity and CRC – July 2018 Webinar

Do you know the benefits of exercise during colorectal cancer treatment and survivorship? In this months webinar, Dr. Catherine Jankowski, exercise physiologist, breaks down all the reasons why exercise is a key element during the cancer experience. She shares tips on how to stay active…

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2017 Spring Beyond Blue

This magazine talks about screening and prevention and is packed with information about why and how to get screened, screening options and stories of passionate survivors and advocates who got involved in the hopes of helping save lives.

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