Co-branded graphic sample

With special focus on colorectal cancer and screening during March, officially Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month in Minnesota, now is the perfect time to talk about how colorectal cancer screening saves lives.

Co-brandable graphics are available for your use. Each graphic also includes sample social media copy, as well as a link to more information. Space is available in the lower left-hand corner of each graphic for your organization to add your logo as needed.

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Colon cancer is the 3rd most common cancer in Minnesota

Sample social media copy:
Most colon cancer diagnoses in Minnesota could have been prevented with on-time screening. Talk to your doctor about your screening options, and when is the best time for you to start. #MNBlue #BlueForCRC

Optional Link:
https://coloncancercoalition.org/get-educated/get-screened/

Screening for colon cancer saves lives

Sample social media copy:
Colorectal cancer death and diagnosis rates for Minnesotans age 50 or older have decreased 44% since 1988, largely because of an increase in preventative screening. #MNBlue #BlueForCRC

Optional Link:
https://coloncancercoalition.org/get-educated/get-screened/

Colon Cancer is the 2nd Deadliest Cancer

Sample social media copy:
On-time screening can detect and prevent this disease. Talk to your doctor about screening, your screening options, and when it is best for you to start screening for colon cancer. #MNBlue #BlueForCRC

Optional Link:
https://coloncancercoalition.org/get-educated/get-screened/

45 is the recommended screening age for colon cancer.

Sample social media copy:
American Cancer Society recommends screening for colorectal cancer now start at 45. Talk to your doctor about your screening options and when you should start screening for colon cancer. #MNBlue #BlueForCRC

Optional Link:
https://coloncancercoalition.org/get-educated/get-screened/

Young adults are at risk for colon and rectal cancer.

Sample social media copy:
Colorectal cancer death and diagnosis rates for Minnesotans aged 20-49 years have increased 49% since 1988. Those under 50 need to know the signs and symptoms and know their risk. #MNBlue #BlueForCRC

Optional Link:
https://coloncancercoalition.org/get-educated/age-is-not-a-factor/

51% of 50-54 year olds ahve not been screened for colon cancer

Sample social media copy:
Screening for colon and rectal cancer saves lives. Talk to your doctor about your screening options, including take home tests or a blood test done in your doctor’s office. #MNBlue #BlueForCRC

Optional Link:
https://coloncancercoalition.org/get-educated/get-screened/