Screening tests are used to spot colorectal cancer before it causes any symptoms. Usually, the sooner cancer is found, the better the chance that treatment will be more successful. Check out our Spring Healthy Lifestyle Newsletter to learn about the American Cancer Society’s screening recommendations for men and women for colorectal cancer. Talk with your provider to find out the screening schedule and frequency that is best for you. They can also help you choose the best screening method.
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