Self-Tests for Colon and Uterine Cancer Risk
Take this self-test to determine if you may be at risk for inheriting colon or uterine cancer.
Check the risk factors that apply. If you check one or more, take the self-test to your physician or contact MidMichigan's breast health coordinator for help in interpreting your risk factors. This telephone consultation is free of charge.
- At least three family members with colon or rectal cancer
- At least two successive generations with colon or rectal cancer
- Two family members with the disease are first-degree relatives (i.e. - parents, brothers, sisters or children) of another family member with colon or rectal cancer
- At least one family member affected at or before age 50
- Any family members known to have HNPCC-related cancers
- If you have had colon cancer and have a first-degree relative with HNPCC-related cancer or adenoma, with one of you diagnosed before age 50
- HNPCC-related cancer in two first-degree relatives regardless of age
Individuals with early-onset colon or uterine cancer regardless of family history