Stay Ahead of Colon Cancer

Colonoscopies are recommended for people age 45 and older, once every 10 years.

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Early Detection Saves Lives

It’s smart to get a colonoscopy to screen for colorectal cancer.

  • When you get screened, you are getting checked for the number one most preventable cancer and the second leading cause of cancer death.
  • When colorectal cancer is caught early, there is more than a 90% chance it can be treated successfully.

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Learn more about the importance of having a colonoscopy beginning at age 45, what to expect at your screening and how to prepare for your appointment.

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Why a Colonoscopy Starting at Age 45?

Increased cases of colon cancer in younger people has prompted a change in the recommended guidelines.

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What to Expect at Your Colonoscopy

Your healthcare provider can help you decide which colon cancer screening test is best for you.

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Preparing for Your Colonoscopy

Learn general guidelines for properly preparing for your colonoscopy on the days leading up to the procedure.

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