Colon Cancer

The second-leading cause of cancer-related deaths for both men and women.

Get smart and get tested for colon cancer. Beginning at age 40, the risk of colon cancer begins to increase, and continues as you get older. Obesity, lack of exercise, smoking and a family history of cancer are just a few of the factors that can increase your risk even more. Take charge of your health and make the commitment to get screened today, especially if you are age 50 or older.

Learn more about the prevention, treatment and diagnosis of colon cancer from INTEGRIS physicians below, then take the INTEGRIS Colon Cancer Risk Assessment Quiz or call 405-951-2277 to schedule your colonoscopy.