Colorectal cancer (CRC) is the most preventable yet least prevented form of cancer1

In early-stage CRC:

0 Symptoms
Many patients have no symptoms and are diagnosed through screening2

90% 5-year survival
The 5-year relative survival rate (stages I and II)* is 90%†3

But crc remains the second-leading cause of cancer deaths in the united states4

To help detect CRC, screen your patients as soon as they are eligible.

*Based on people diagnosed with CRC in stage I, stage IIa, or stage IIb between 2008 and 2014.3

For colon and rectal cancers, the respective 5-year relative survival rates are 90% and 89%.3

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