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It’s official – the season of pink is in full swing. But Pink-tober isn’t just for breast health anymore. We’re expanding the scope of the awareness conversation with our Screen This Too! Campaign, reminding you to not only think pink this month, but to go blue, too!

Through the month of October, use discount code SCREENTHISTOO to get 50% off your t-shirt and join the movement!

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72% of women report being up-to-date on their breast health screenings while only a little more than half could say the same about colon cancer screenings. Experts recommend that you should start getting screened at age 50, or earlier if you have symptoms or are high risk. Other diseases, such as breast cancer and diabetes, can also put you at a higher risk for colon cancer. When in doubt, talk to your doctor.

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