More than 54,000 people die from colon or prostate cancer nationwide and it’s become the number one killer among Latinos. There is a list of reasons why many people don’t get regularly screened for cancer. “People are busy, people may not have easy access to healthcare. People may not want to find out. They might have some eternal worry and they kind of don’t want to know on a certain level because they are afraid of it,” said Dr. Alan Cartmell of the Comprehensive Blood and Cancer Center in Bakersfield.