Let’s Keep It Rolling Together During Colorectal Cancer Month at Montefiore

Keep it rolling all month long by joining us for a series of special events, including educational lectures, nutritional demonstrations and workshops designed to promote colon health and awareness about how screening saves lives. All events are free and open to the community, our patients and Montefiore employees.

View our calendar of events to find out more how we can help your colon keep it rolling.

Colorectal Cancer Month Events Calendar

Join us in and around your neighborhood for educational lectures, nutritional demonstrations, workshops and much more to learn how you can help your colon keep it rolling.

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Colorectal Cancer Month Highlights

Most of us don’t think about our colons until we have a problem. Fortunately, understanding the importance of your colon, regular screenings and good habits can make all the difference.

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5 Things You Can Do To Reduce Your Colorectal Cancer Risk

The occurrence of colon cancer in many communities is growing. No one knows if or when cancer in the colon or rectum will develop, but researchers have found several risk factors that might increase a person’s chance of developing colorectal polyps or cancer.

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Join the Conversation To Learn More About How To Keep Your Colon Rolling and Healthy.

We’ll be sharing additional information about risk factors, symptoms and preventive screenings for colon cancer during Colorectal Cancer Month on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn. Just use the hashtags #MonteColonHealth and #KeepYourColonRolling to search for additional information from Montefiore or to share your questions and comments.

Talking about colon cancer—risk factors, symptoms and prevention—is a great way to increase awareness in your community. It could also help save lives.

Montefiore Doctors Are Here For You. Let's Keep Our Colons Rolling Together.

Montefiore is a leader in colorectal cancer prevention and treatment. Our doctors perform approximately 14,000 procedures a year and are totally committed to improving the health and well-being of those in the communities we serve.

Shalom Kalnicki, MD, FACRO, Chair, Radiation Oncology; Judy Yee, MD, FACR, University Chair, Radiology; and Thomas A. Ullman, MD, Chief, Gastroenterology showed their solidarity at last year's National Wear Blue Day event.