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We are stepping up the fight against colorectal cancer in the Texas Panhandle. Getting screened using our convenient,  at-home testing method, Fecal Immunochemical Test or F.I.T. for colorectal cancer at appropriate intervals gives your physician the best chance to catch cancer in its early stages. Regular screening, knowing the facts about colorectal cancer and properly moving forward with treatment increase the hope of a longer, healthier life. 


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Getting screened for colorectal cancer can and does save the lives of men and women. Colorectal cancer is the second leading cause of cancer related deaths in the United States. One of the most common misconceptions is that the disease affects only men. Colorectal cancer affects everyone, which means screening is just as important for women. We are providing education and clinical services to the Texas Panhandle in hopes of preventing colorectal cancer deaths and ultimately improving quality of life by catching the illness in its early stages. Call today for your appointment. It’s completely free!

To date, Get F.I.T. to Stay Fit has more than 1.1 million people!

  • 1,436 attended public educational sessions
  • 9,194 health professionals educated
  • 8,633 people reached through face-to-face outreach
  • 1 million reached through social media
  • 756 completed FIT screenings
  • 108 colonoscopies completed
  • 64 pre-cancerous lesions removed
  • 3 cancers detected and treated

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“I am so glad you brought this program to my work place. Our clients are not able to afford medical treatment and have little medical information available.”

“Colorectal screening is very important - Like the CHW said, it's life or death. I prefer life!”

“Thank you everybody for the hard work you do to inform us, specialty Hispanic people. THANK YOU SO MUCH.”

“I'm glad that this program is educating our people so more will be saved from colorectal cancer.”

“This class was very informative and I wish to thank you for your time and information. May god bless you.”