Colorectal cancer is the third most common cancer in the United States for both men and women combined. Find out about the symptoms and risks. LEARN MORE
Blood in the stool is an indication of a number of gastrointestinal disorders, including colorectal cancer. If colorectal cancer is detected early, the 5-year relative survival rate is about 90%. LEARN MORE
Welcome to colorectal-test.com, where you will find information about Colorectal Cancer (CRC) and the importance of being screened by your physician. In one easy to navigate site, you have access to educational materials for you and your physician, "Request the Test," (helpful information you can take to your physician), and much more.
The QuickVue® iFOB test is intended to detect blood in stool specimens. Blood in stool is an indication of a number of gastrointestinal disorders, including colorectal cancer. While a positive test result is not a specific cancer diagnosis, positive results should be followed by additional tests to determine the exact cause of the bleeding.
Support Susie's Cause - The Susan Cohan Kasdas Colon Cancer Foundation
The International Voice of Colon Cancer www.coloncancerfoundation.org
Comcast Public Service Announcement with Bobby Smith of Susie's Cause - Watch Video
Colon CancerAlliance "The Voice of Survivors" - www.ccalliance.org
The Colon Club - www.colonclub.com
The American Cancer Society, (www.cancer.org), 2/12/2007.
Colorectal Cancer Facts & Figures, Special Edition 2005, the American Cancer Society.
Cancer Research and Prevention Foundation: Healthy Living-Cancer Information-Colorectal Cancer.