Why People of Color Should Care About Colon Cancer
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Listen to Dr. Erin King-Mullins, a colorectal surgeon in Atlanta and founder of Corona Mamas, as she discusses colon cancer, what can be done to catch it early, why family history matters and why people of color, and African Americans in particular, need to learn all they can.

March is Colon Cancer Awareness Month. To learn more, go to:

https://fascrs.org/

https://www.cancer.org/

https://www.cancer.org/

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