Colorectal Cancer Screening
A colorectal cancer screening test can find growths, called polyps, that can lead to cancer. One of these tests, colonoscopy, can painlessly remove them. Anyone who is at least fifty years old should have a regular colorectal cancer screening. This should be done earlier if you have a family history of colorectal cancer.
Our team of doctors and nurses is dedicated to making your screening test safe and comfortable. We have been performing colonoscopies since 1970, and do almost 5,000 colonoscopy procedures every year.
Multimedia Resources about Colorectal Cancer Screening
We've collected several videos and audio files about colorectal cancer screening into a single page. Visit our Multimedia Resources page to view these items.
New Hampshire Colorectal Cancer Screening Program
The New Hampshire Colorectal Cancer Screening Program (NHCRCSP) is a statewide effort to increase colorectal cancer screening for New Hampshire residents. The program will also provide a limited number of free colonoscopies to men and women who are New Hampshire residents and who meet financial and clinical eligibility for the screening program.
For more information and to find out if you are eligible for a free colonoscopy, visit the New Hampshire Colorectal Cancer Screening Program.