Colorectal cancer is the most common cancer among Singaporeans aged 50 and above. Pick up your FIT kit at the listed locations and get screened today.


Early Detection Saves Lives

People who are 50 and above are at higher risk of colorectal cancer, the No.1 and No.2 diagnosed cancer in Singaporean men and women* respectively.

Having blood in the stool may be a sign of colorectal cancer. The Faecal Immunochemical Test or FIT can help detect it. It's a safe test that's easy to do (should be done once a year) and does not require any prior fasting or change in diet. If you are 50 and above, pick up your FIT kit at the following locations and get screened today.

Reduce Your Risk



6 Steps to Reduce Your Risk of Colorectal Cancer

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Reduce consumption of red meat.

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Reduce consumption of processed meats such as ham, sausages, bacon, and ba kwa.

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Avoid methods of cooking meat at high temperature such as char-grilling, deep-frying, and barbequing.



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Set a limit on how much alcohol you drink in a day: 2 drinks for men, 1 for women.

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Eat more fruits and vegetables every day.

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Exercise regularly and maintain a healthy weight.