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Test tube for blood-based screening.

Blood-based screening for
colorectal cancer (CRC) fits right in

Increase CRC screening compliance with a simple blood draw at any patient visit.1

Accurate blood-based screening.2

Colorectal cancer (CRC) is the 2nd leading cause of cancer death in the US 1,2; however, early detection can significantly improve the prognosis. Over 75% of people who died from CRC were not up to date with screening 3. Though there are multiple modalities available for CRC screening, the compliance rate has remained low, due to the variety of barriers.

On-Demand Webinar:
A Toast to Closing the Gap in Colorectal Cancer (CRC) Screening

In this on-demand webinar you are invited to join a dynamic conversation with Dr. Lichtenfeld and Dr. Eagle, discussing the current challenges and potential solutions for improving health equity and compliance with CRC screening, including an introduction to Guardant Health's novel blood-based approach.

Dr. Len Lichtenfeld, MD Chief Medical Officer - Jasper Health Inc.

Dr. Len Lichtenfeld

Dr. Lichtenfeld, Ex- Deputy CMO American Cancer Society (ACS), is a board-certified medical oncologist with deep experience in health policy, COVID-19 response, and cancer care. He managed the ACS's Cancer Control Science Department for 12 years which was best known for the Society's widely respected guidelines on the prevention and early detection of cancer.

Craig Eagle, MD Chief Medical Officer - Guardant Health

Craig Eagle, MD

Dr. Eagle plays a vital role in furthering Guardant Health's mission of transforming cancer care. He has a wealth of experience driving medical affairs, clinical development, and clinical trial operations. Prior to Guardant Health, Craig served as vice president of Medical Affairs Oncology for Genentech.

References 1. Roselló S, et al. Transl Gastroenterol Hepatol. 2019;4:84. 2. American Society of Clinical Oncology. Colorectal cancer: statistics. 3. Doubeni CA, et al. Gastroenterology 2019;156(1):63-74.