Colon Cancer Risks & Screenings

Colorectal cancer has a 90 percent survival rate when it is detected early. It is the second leading cause of cancer deaths, and often has no symptoms.

Colorectal Cancer Survivors

Read the compelling stories of two colon cancer survivors, and get their advice about potentially life-saving screenings.

Who Should Have a Screening?

Dr. Gregory Cooper

Gastroenterologist, Gregory Cooper, MD briefly explains who should have a screening and why it is important.

Dr. Li Li

Play this video to hear how lack of sleep can increase the risk of developing colon cancer.

Colorectal Cancer Prevention, Risks & Screening Options

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