A Topic Worth Discussing
Colorectal screening may not be a topic for the dinner table—but it’s a conversation worth having with your doctor and loved ones. Because physical symptoms generally occur in the later stages of the disease, regular screenings can help detect cancerous growth early, when it’s more easily treatable.
Talking to your doctor about which preventative colorectal screenings you should have can mean the difference between lasting good health and a life-threatening illness. So the next time you schedule an appointment, make sure that colorectal screenings is at the top of your discussion list—it may be life-saving.