One of the deadliest forms of cancer is often overlooked and often shows no warning signs.
Colorectal cancer is the fourth most common cancer in the U-S and the second deadliest.
March is colorectal screening month,.
And, Marquette General Hospital is launching a month long educational campaign about the importance of being checked for this disease.
Because by the time you show symptoms it may be too late.
Surrell says it may not good dinner time conversation, but it is extremely Important to have a colonoscopy.
Tomorrow night, we’ll look at who should be concerned about colorectal cancer, and what the screening process involves.
And, a free seminar on why we all need colorectal cancer screening will be held Monday, March 5th, at Marquette general hospital.