Thank you for your interest, but enrollment for the BLUE-C study is now closed.
However, don’t let that stop you from getting screened for colon cancer! Regular colon screenings are recommended for those 45 years of age or older and are key to detecting colon cancer early. Don’t believe us? Check out some facts below about colorectal cancer in the US.
Facts About Colon Cancer
A Growing Problem
Colorectal cancer is the second-leading cause of cancer-related deaths in the United States.¹
According to the CDC, one in three people are not up to date on their recommended colorectal cancer screenings.²
Early Detection May Save Lives
Early detection of colorectal cancer can save a person’s life. The 5-year survival rate after detection and treatment of early-stage colorectal cancer can be as high as 90%.³