February 23, 2015

Colorectal Cancer Talk: Are You At High Risk?

By Editor

Join the Experts for a LIVE Online Video Chat

Colorectal cancer screening should begin at age 50 for those at average risk. But what if you have risk factors? How do you know if you’re at greater risk and what steps should you take to protect yourself?

Find out during a live video web chat with the experts from Roswell Park Cancer Institute from 6 to 7 p.m. EDT on Tuesday, March 24, 2015.

Roswell Park’s comprehensive Colorectal Cancer Screening Program focuses on people at high risk. The program brings together oncologists from various areas of cancer care because people at high risk for colorectal cancer may face risk for other cancers, too.

The chat will answer your questions, including:

  • How do I know if I am at high risk?
  • What role does genetics play?
  • When should high-risk screening begin and what does it involve?

Register to Pre-submit Your Questions

The panel will answer questions submitted before the event, as well as those submitted live during the discussion. Pre-submission is highly encouraged. To pre-submit your questions, register here.

To watch and participate in the live video chat, visit RoswellPark.org/ColorectalCancerTalk from 6 – 7 pm EDT on Tuesday, March 24, 2015. You may also follow along on Twitter using hashtag #CRCTalk or on RoswellPark’s facebook page.

Questions can be submitted for consideration during the live event through the following options:

  • Use the chat feature on RoswellPark.org/ColorectalCancerTalk
  • Tweet your question with hashtag #CRCTalk
  • Post your question as a comment on Roswell Park’s facebook page

Roswell Park Panel Members

Steven Nurkin, MD, MS, FACS,
Surgical Oncologist

Andrew Bain, MD
Co-Chief of Endoscopy

Nicoleta Voian, MD, MPH
Director, Clinical Genetics Service

Tags: Colon Cancer, colon cancer cancer screening, News Tips and Features, News Tips and Features Other, Rectal Cancer, Screening/Prevention Rectal Cancer

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