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Learn More About Colon Cancer...

Colon cancer or colorectal cancer is the second most deadly form of cancer in the United States and Colorado, in part because people are often embarrassed to be screened for the disease. Colon cancer rates increase sharply in both men and women after age 50. 

 The most common symptom of colon cancer is no symptoms at all, making colonoscopy screenings extremely important in detecting the cancer early when it is most treatable. A colonoscopy is recommended for all people at age 50, or earlier if you have been identified as having an increased risk of colon cancer.

Are you uninsured and need a colonoscopy? Find out if you qualify for our discounted fixed price colonoscopy.

Don't Wait! To schedule a colonoscopy call 303-269-4326.

Seminar:

Colonrectal Cancer: From Prevention to Treatment
Wednesday, March 12 | 12-1:30 p.m.
Colonrectal cancer is the second leading cause of cancer-related deaths, yet among the most treatable of all cancers if caught early. Join colon and rectal surgeon, John Sun, MD, to learn how colonoscopies have changed over the years and to reduce your risk.

Registration is required by calling 303-777-6877, ext. 1.
This will be held in the Inspiration Conference Center located on the west side of the hospital.

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