March is Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month and officials with the American Cancer Society are using the time to get more people tested. Indiana ranks 37th among its peers when it comes to the number of residents screened for the form of cancer. As Indiana Public Broadcasting’s Mike Loizzo reports, advocates say too many Hoosiers are dying from the disease.
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