Screen for Life Campaign Print Materials
Screen for Life provides a fact sheet, brochures, posters, and reminder postcards about colorectal cancer for the general public, health care providers, campaign partners, and national, state, and local health organizations. All Screen for Life materials are free and many are available in both English and Spanish. To order printed copies of selected publications, please visit the Print Publication Ordering System. See Usage Guidelines.
Our two-sided fact sheet provides the basic facts about colorectal cancer and screening.
Our brochures explain the benefits of getting screened, risk factors, questions to ask your health care provider, and fast facts about colorectal cancer.
Our posters are designed to raise awareness among men and women about colorectal cancer.
We offer a variety of postcards that can be used by medical groups, clinical practices, and insurance providers at health fairs, conferences, and other community settings to encourage men and women to get screened.
Content developed by CDC’s Screen for Life campaign and presented on CDC’s Web site is available for public use exactly as it is found online, without being changed in any way. If you have questions about whether or how you may use these campaign resources, or if you would like to request Screen for Life print ads or print disks, please call 1 (800) CDC-INFO or contact CDC-INFO.
Fact sheets, brochures, posters, postcards, banner ads, and PSAs
Screen for Life fact sheets, brochures, posters, postcards, banner ads, and public service announcements (PSAs) may not be changed in any way. Adding or removing logos or information to highlight the services provided by an individual, company, or organization would imply endorsement by the Department of Health and Human Services, which is against federal policy.
Images and illustrations
Many Screen for Life images and illustrations are copyright protected, and depending on contractual agreements, may not be available for use by non-CDC entities.
Screen for Life is a CDC campaign. Its logo may not be used on materials other than those created and produced by CDC. The campaign logo is not available to third-party organizations for use on independently created materials.