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Be Seen, Get Screened

Colon cancer is the second-leading cause of cancer-related deaths in men and women in the United States. Early detection vastly improves the opportunity for survival. Experts now recommend that colon cancer screenings begin at age 45. Common colon cancer screenings include colonoscopy, FIT testing (fecal immunochemical test) and stool DNA testing (Cologuard). These tests are covered by insurance.

To schedule a colon cancer screening, call King's Daughters Digestive Health at (606) 408-8200.

Know Your Risk

You can evaluate your personal risk for colon cancer by taking our FREE online Colon Cancer Risk Assessment here.

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