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JAMA Study Finds Uptick in mt-sDNA Use, Drop in FOBT for CRC Screening

A longitudinal study that evaluated colorectal cancer (CRC) screening habits of average-risk adults found an increase in screening rates between 2011 and 2019, although it did fall short of the 80% goal set by the National Colorectal Cancer…

Colon Cancer Foundation Supports S.4111/A4668 to Protect Patients From Non-Medical Switching

The Colon Cancer Foundation, in partnership with 65 other organizations, has signed a memorandum urging New York Governor Kathy Hochul to sign S.4111/A4668 into law. S.4111 Breslin/A.4668 Peoples-Stokes, which passed both the New York State…

Performance Measurement to Enforce CRC Screening Among Medicaid Enrollees

The Medicaid Performance Measures work group has voted to add the colorectal cancer (CRC) screening measure to the 2022 Adults Core Set. This will be taken into consideration when CMS finalizes the measures to be included in the core set. While…

80% in Every Community

The Colon Cancer Foundation and the American Cancer Society have joined forces on an initiative called 80% in Every Community, which challenges you to take a stand against one of the most preventable forms of cancer – colorectal cancer – by getting screened, choosing a healthy way of eating and being physically active. The Colon Cancer Foundation is a founding member of this nationwide movement to reach 80% screened for colorectal cancer.

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