Colorectal Cancer Screening: Conversation starters

Everyone ages 50 to 75 needs to get screened (tested) regularly for colorectal cancer. If you are worried about a family member or friend who has put off screening, use these tips to start a conversation.

Start by saying, “I care about you.”

Explain the reasons for getting tested.

Offer support.

Here are some ways to support a loved one:

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