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March 21, 2016

With age comes wisdom

By Tameka Davis

We know colorectal cancer screenings aren’t fun, but your health is worth it! Ninety percent of colorectal cancers occur in people 50 or older. If you’re between 50 and 75, you should get screened for colorectal cancer regularly.

If you’re at a higher risk due to family history or existing conditions, your doctor may encourage you to start screening early. Learn more about how to prepare for your screening.


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Tags: Cancer, Uncategorized

Perfectly said! My dad died of colorectal cancer. I've had 2 benign polyps removed beginning at age 55. Without this screening we can only guess what I'd be going through at 65! Get it done

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