Call your doctor and
schedule a colonoscopy.


The new space race could save your life.

It’s so great to see you here.
We know you won’t regret it.

The Mission to Uranus takes exceptional bravery, which comes with a gradual accumulation of discipline.

But you have what it takes to get yourself ready.

This is not always an easy journey, but the ones who made it came out of it feeling like heroes.

Feeling they are being given a second chance on Earth. And that feeling, it’s out of this world.

We would like you to answer a few questions to see if you are ready for this mission.

Do you notice any traces of blood in your stool or changes in your bathroom habits?

Are you feeling bloated constantly?

Are you constantly feeling fatigued?

Have you experienced any unexplained weight loss or persistent cramping?

If your answer is yes to any of the above, OR if you are over 45, you are ready to enlist for #MissionToUranus.

Call your doctor and schedule a colon cancer screening, like a colonoscopy. 

It can save your life.

Early and regular screenings can prevent many colorectal cancer deaths.

Colonoscopies locate and remove polyps, tiny growths that can become cancerous.

Stool-based screening methods check for blood or other signs of cancer in your stool.

The goal in screening is to find colon and rectal cancer in their earliest stages when they are most treatable.

Colonoscopies can even remove polyps before they become cancerous, preventing cancer before it can start!

Colorectal cancer often appears without symptoms, so screening is essential in catching and stopping the disease early.

Recent guidelines recommend first colon cancer screening at age 45 or earlier if you have a family history of the disease.

When caught early, colon and rectal cancer are both treatable and beatable.

As always, we recommend you talk with your doctor and with your health insurance company before any procedure.

This is the most important mission on planet earth.

Help us save humanity—one colonoscopy at a time.

9 in 10 beat colon cancer when it’s caught early while exploring Uranus with a colonoscopy.