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The Screen to Save Initiative aims to increase life-saving colorectal cancer screening rates in communities that need it most. Colorectal cancer is the fourth most common cancer in the United States and second leading cause of cancer death. People age 50 and older from racially and ethnically diverse communities have lower screening rates than the general population.

Screen to Save provides tailored education and outreach that increases access to resources for those who are disproportionately affected by colorectal cancer. As a part of Screen to Save, NCI-supported community health educators are working with a diverse partner network to deliver NCI-approved colorectal cancer screening information nationally and locally.

Join NCI community health educators and partners in helping to increase colorectal cancer screenings among men and women age 50–75 from racially and ethnically diverse communities and in rural areas.

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#ScreentoSave aims to increase #colorectalcancer screening rates in racially/ethnically diverse & rural communities

Support the Vision

If your organization supports Screen to Save’s vision to increase colorectal cancer screening rates among racially and ethnically diverse communities and in rural areas, let us know. Download and complete the Intent to Support the Vision form, then email it back to Screen to Save at

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#DYK, there’s more than 1 way to #getscreened for #ColorectalCancer—including at home options? #ScreentoSave

National Partners and Collaborators

Screen to Save is partnering and collaborating with organizations across the country that support increasing colorectal cancer outreach, awareness, and screening in racially and ethnically diverse communities and in rural areas. Thank you to the partners and collaborators that are supporting this vision.

  • American Cancer Society
  • Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
  • National Colorectal Cancer Roundtable
  • Hemosure
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#ScreentoSave community health educators across the US are educating their communities about #ColorectalCancer.

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