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Published on Jan 22, 2014
Meet Sandra, who just turned 50. Sandra was surprised when her doctor recommended that she get screened for colon cancer. She feels fine, so why should she get tested?
It turns out that colon polyps and early colon cancers often cause no symptoms. Getting screened for colon cancer can help you find this disease early, and even prevent it altogether -- so you can stay healthy for the people you love.