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Colorectal Cancer Quiz
Holy Name Medical Center - Colorectal Cancer Quiz
 

Knowledge Is the Key to Colorectal Cancer

Test your knowledge of colorectal cancer by taking the following quiz.

Question 1:

Colorectal cancer—cancer of the colon or rectum—is the third most common cancer in U.S. men and women.


Question 2:

Colorectal cancer strikes older adults more frequently than those younger than 65.


Question 3:

Colorectal cancer can develop with few or no symptoms.


Question 4:

Colorectal cancer can develop anywhere in the large intestine, which includes the colon and rectum.


Question 5:

A family history of the disease puts you at greater risk for developing colorectal cancer yourself.


Question 6:

A colonoscopy is the only test available for colorectal cancer screening.


Question 7:

A regular exercise routine can help reduce your risk of developing colorectal cancer.


Question 8:

Keeping your weight under control can help reduce your risk of developing colorectal cancer.