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CDC offers scientifically accurate information about colorectal cancer in a variety of formats.

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Woman with a basket of groceries next to the phrase "You've got guts"

If you’re 45 or older, it’s time to screen for colorectal cancer. It takes guts to put your health first. Start today. A 6-second version is also available.

Man dribbling a basketball next to the phrase "It takes guts"

March is National Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month. If you’re 45 or older, there’s no better time to start screening. A 6-second version is also available.

Photo of a father talking to his adult son

A father encourages his adult son to be screened for colorectal cancer. A 30-second version is also available.

Photo of Asaad and Leah in their living room.

When Leah was diagnosed with colorectal cancer, her 19-year-old son, Asaad, put his life on hold to take care of her.

Photo of Meryl Streep

In this public service announcement, actress Meryl Streep urges viewers to get screened for colorectal cancer.

Photo of Terrence Howard

Actor and musician Terrence Howard talks about how his mother’s death from colon cancer affected his whole family.

Your Health with Joan Lunden and CDC

Joan Lunden discusses about the effects of knowing family history and early detection in preventing colorectal cancer.

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Page last reviewed: February 17, 2022