Colorectal Cancer Screening

The Center for Cancer Prevention and Control directs and/or funds three Colorectal Cancer  (CRC) Screening Programs. The aim of the programs is to provide early detection of colorectal cancer by increasing the number of Maryland adults screened and to prevent CRC through polypectomy. The overall goal of these programs is to reduce the incidence and mortality of colorectal cancer in Maryland and to decrease racial and ethnic disparities.  The CRC Screening Procgrams include: 

Colorectal Cancer Screening in the ​Cigarette Restitution Fund Program Cancer Prevention, Education, Screening, and Treatment Program

Maryland Colorectal Cancer Control ​Program
Funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Colorectal Cancer Screening under the Mar​yland Cancer Fund​ Secondary Prevention Grants