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Facts About Colon Cancer

A Growing Problem

Colorectal cancer is the second-leading cause of cancer-related deaths in the United States.¹

Yearly Statistics for Colorectal Cancer in the US¹


Often Avoided

According to the CDC, one in three people are not up to date on their recommended colorectal cancer screenings.²

One In Three People are Not up to Date on screenings²


Early Detection Saves 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

Early Detection Effectiveness %

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Why Should I Participate in the BLUE-C study?

Your participation in this study will help test new technology for detecting colorectal cancer. Each participant helps bring the world one step closer to having more non-invasive colorectal cancer screening options.

Why Does This Matter?

Early detection is key to effectively treating colorectal cancer. So, what’s the problem? Many adults do not stay up to date with their recommended colorectal cancer screenings, leaving them at risk. Creating an easier, less invasive method may help increase colorectal cancer screenings leading to fewer yearly deaths from late-stage colorectal cancer that could have been treated if detected earlier.

About The Sponsor

Exact Sciences is changing the way the world thinks about detecting and treating cancer. As a leader in non-invasive cancer screening, they are committed to providing earlier answers and life-changing treatment guidance.

What Will I Have To Do?

Fill Out Our Form

Fill the questionnaire above to do the basic qualification assessment.

Download The App

If you qualify for a current study, you’ll be notified via email or text and the next step will be to download the study app (or use the web-based version). Once you are registered within the app, review the detailed study summary and get started!

Be PArt Of It

Colonoscopy time! You may be compensated up to $575 for successful participation in the study and will be helping to advance colorectal cancer research.

Frequently asked questions

A clinical trial is a research study to evaluate medical, surgical, or behavioral interventions. In this study, there is no intervention; what is being evaluated is a new type of non-invasive colorectal cancer screening.

No. Personal information is private and protected, only accessible to those very few with access in order to enroll you in the study applied for. Information is not sold to third parties or given to sponsors.