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Are you at risk of colorectal cancer? Read our infographic on colorectal cancer to learn about the signs and symptoms and how you can take action to reduce your risk of colorectal cancer by eating more vegetables, fruits and whole grains while cutting down on red and processed meat.
• Inflammatory bowel diseases include ulcerative colitis and Crohn’s Disease.• Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) is not an inflammatory bowel disease.• Intestinal polyps are non-cancerous growths in the bowel wall that can turn into cancer.• The FIT test (Faecal Immunochemical Test) checks for blood in the stools.Singaporeans and PRs aged over 50 years old can pick up a free kit from Guardian or Watson’s stores.For more details, visit: www.singaporecancersociety.org.sg
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