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Colon cancer is preventable.

Colon cancer is preventable.

It starts with screening, because early detection saves lives. With advancements in technology and a variety of screening options, there's no excuse to delay. If you're 45 or older, prioritize your health and talk to your provider about your colon cancer risk today.

Call 608-394-6677 to make an appointment with your primary care provider.
Are you at risk for colon cancer?

Are you at risk for colon cancer?

Colon cancer affects men and women equally. You can change your lifestyle to avoid certain risks, but some you can't prevent. It's important to discuss your colon cancer risk with your primary care provider and commit to a screening schedule.

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Colon screening can't wait

Colon screening can't wait.

And it shouldn't have to. The earlier colon cancer is detected, the easier it is to treat. Choosing to have a colon cancer screening test may not be an easy decision, but it's a potentially lifesaving one.

Understand your screening options.
Colonoscopy: What to know before you go

Know before you go.

A colonoscopy is the gold standard for colon cancer screening. The doctor can view abnormal tissue, such as polyps, and tissue samples are conveniently removed during the exam. Preparing for a colonoscopy may seem inconvenient, but it's necessary for detecting cancer.

Learn more about the procedure.

Call 608-394-6677 to make an appointment with your primary care provider.