It’s not a topic people like to talk about but, given the aggressiveness and danger of Colorectal Cancer, it’s a conversation that must be had in order to save lives. March is Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month and the Henry and Stark County Health Department is urging those approaching 50 years of age and those who are over 50 to make sure you are getting check ups and following doctors orders regarding tests for Colorectal Cancer. Whether it is an in-office visit with your primary care doctor or an at home testing kit, getting checked out for Colorectal Cancer can be the difference between life and death. Early detection is the best way to save lives. RaeAnn Tucker from the Henry and Stark County Health Department joined Wake Up Tri-Counties on Thursday, March 16th, to talk about Colorectal Cancer Awareness, the latest on COVID-19 and so much more.
Wake Up Tri-Counties Henry and Stark County Health Department on Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month
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