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Lifelines™ Colorectal Cancer

This page contains articles, audio files, and videos on colorectal cancer. We encourage downloading and reprinting the articles and reposting the videos. 

Colorectal Cancer is Preventable: Information for African Americans and Hispanics/Latinos

This article provides an overview of colorectal cancer and how screening may help detect the disease early.

African Americans (PDF - 95KB)

Hispanics/Latinos (PDF - 82KB)

Colorectal Cancer Awareness: African Americans and Hispanics/Latinos

Dr. Ronda Henry-Tillman, a principal investigator in NCI's Community Networks Program and medical director at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, discusses colorectal cancer disparities in the African American community and how screening may reduce these disparities.

Download ( MP3 - 0:59, 0.9 MB) | Read the Transcript

Colorectal Cancer and Asian Americans

Dr. Grace X. Ma, founder and director of Temple University's Center for Asian Health and principal investigator in NCI's Community Networks Program, discusses colorectal cancer and its impact in the Asian American community.

Download ( MP3 - 0:59, 0.9 MB) | Read the Transcript 


Videos in the Colorectal Cancer Playlist (Below) Include:

Colorectal Cancer Awareness and Asian Americans

Dr. Grace X. Ma, founder and director of Temple University's Center for Asian Health and principal investigator in NCI's Community Networks Program, discusses colorectal cancer and its impact in the Asian American community.

Colorectal Cancer Awareness

In this video, Dr. Ronda Henry-Tillman, a principal investigator in NCI's Community Networks Program and medical director at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, discusses colorectal cancer disparities in the African American community and how screening may reduce these disparities.