Singapore's Pioneering Health Communication Campaign championing the importance of stool checking and

earlier detection of colorectal cancer

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DID YOU KNOW?

Colorectal Cancer is the #1 most common cancer in 

Nearly 1,500 Singaporeans are diagnosed with it each year...

With about 650 patients dying from it.

And it's not just affecting the elderly...

Younger adults are increasingly at risk:
Number of diagnosed cases in those below the age of 50   has doubled over the last decade.

(Gan, 2019)

1 in 10 cases (2010)

1 in 5 cases

(now)

OUR MISSION

PROMOTE EARLIER DETECTION OF COLORECTAL CANCER THROUGH THE SIMPLE ACT OF STOOL CHECKING

How to Check my Poop?

Nearly 7 in 10 Singaporeans, aged 40 to 49, have no clue what to look our for when checking their stools. Find out about the benefits of stool checking and how you can do it too!

Am I at Risk?

No symptoms does not mean no colorectal cancer. In fact, symptoms may not present themselves in the early stages at all. Find out if you're at risk and consider early screening.

Psst... Having trouble recalling your last poop? Don't worry, we have an app to help with your tracking journey.

 

Download for IOS / Android.

IN PARTNERSHIP WITH

COMMUNITY PARTNERS

SUPPORTED BY

Poo Keeper | Just2Me

This work was produced as a Final Year Project at the Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

" Don't Be a Fool, Check Your Poo "

© 2020 by Don't Assume, Be Assured.

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