If there are no risk factors, screening for colorectal cancer is recommended to start at the age of _____ years.

Answer 50

Unless your health or family history suggests otherwise, it is recommended that the first screening for colorectal cancer should be done at 50 years of age. Risk factors include blood in the fecal matter and a family, or personal history of colorectal polyps or colorectal cancer.

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