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Colorectal Cancer Risk Quiz

Take our Colorectal Cancer Risk Quiz to test your knowledge

1. People of Asian ethnicity are at lower risk for colorectal cancer than Hispanics or American Indians/Alaska Natives:

2. A high-fat, fast food diet may increases the risk of developing colorectal cancer:

3. A person in their late 40s puts them at greater risk for developing colorectal cancer:

4. If a person doesn't smoke that has no effect on his/her risk for developing colorectal cancer:

5. A family history of colorectal cancer does not matter to an individual’s chance of developing cancer so they should not inquire about it:

6. A person who has a sedentary lifestyle may increase their risk for colorectal cancer:

Note: This quiz was developed by OMHRC.

Source: National Cancer Institute

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