Everyone needs a colonoscopy at 50 for colorectal cancer prevention, but what if…they simply refuse? They can’t afford it due to insurance issues? We seem to have forgotten that the updated ACG guidelines of 2009 for first time recommend use of annual stool FIT testing as “the preferred cancer detection test” if colonoscopy was not available or refused. How does FIT differ from our venerable stool guaiac testing? And is it finally time to discard gFOBT (AKA guaiac testing) as an insensitive and nonspecific diagnostic tool? Join our conversation and see how FIT testing fits our current screening guidelines, your patients’ financial limitations, and your excellent medical care.