Guiding you to screening for prevention and early detection
Cancer didn’t stop because COVID-19 started. Colorectal cancer screening can save your life. You have options for how to get screened, including at-home tests. And all screening options are safe.
Now is the time to get screened. To find out which screening option is best for you, visit quiz.getscreened.org. Take control of YOUR health—know your own risk and get checked now.
If you are currently experiencing symptoms, such as rectal bleeding, abdominal discomfort, or a change in bowel habits, contact your primary care physician or gastroenterologist (GI doctor) today.
For any additional questions, please contact our Helpline at 877-422-2030.
Several types of screening exist for colon cancer and rectal cancer
Everyone should get screened. The only questions are when, using what method, and how often. The answers lie in several factors, including your age, and family history. Here you'll find some quick and easy tools to help you decide when and how your next (or first) screening will take place.
Prevention is smart, easy, and often fun
While colorectal cancer screening is the single most important thing you can do, there are plenty of other steps you can take to increase your chances of prevention and early detection. Most are rewarding in and of themselves, like eating right and exercising and learning about your family history.