Early Detection and Treatment

The CRC Clinician’s Guide and slide set is a practical guide for primary care clinicians containing evidenced-based tools, sample templates and strategies that can help practices improve their screening performance.
The American Cancer Society, Iowa Get Screened, Iowa Cancer Consortium, and Upper Midwest Public Health Training Center created a toolkit to help busy health clinics improve cancer screening rates. It contains everything from strategy recommendations, office worksheets, and tracking information.
The American Cancer Society and National Colorectal Cancer Roundtable provides a detailed manual for increasing colorectal cancer screening rates in the community health center setting.
Get reliable information from the American Cancer Society to help educate yourself and your staff, and learn more about how the American Cancer Society is working to end health disparities and fight cancer around the world.
The American Cancer Society (ACS), a CCC National Partner, works to eliminate cancer as a major public health problem. The organization provides resources for patients and professionals and offers technical assistance to CCC programs.
This one-page flyer may be used to remind clinicians about some of the dos and don’ts when it comes to colorectal cancer screening.
Tips for communication between a doctor and a patient
Learn about getting a second opinion for treatment options and how to talk with your doctor and other potential doctors about it.
A resource by the American Cancer Society to guide patients how to safely resume cancer screening during the COVID-19 pandemic.
A catalogue of various downloadable PDFs on questions to ask your doctor when you have cancer. This resource includes questions specific to cancer type.