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It’s a fact: 72% of women report being up-to-date on their breast health screenings while only a little more than half could say the same … read more

Our Heroes

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At 42 years old, Wade Hayes was living the country music dream. Divorced with a dog and his guitar, he spent much of his time … read more

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That’s right, folks! Registration is officially open for our upcoming Summit Series – Fighting a Smarter War on Colorectal Cancer. We’ve partnered with our friends … read more

VIDEO: Thank You & Happy Holidays

Posted on November 25, 2014

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This year we’ve helped more than one million people affected by this disease. This wouldn’t be possible without volunteers, advocates and supporters like YOU. Thank you for everything you do for our organization and the colon cancer community during the holidays and all year long. Every dollar raised and awareness event held gets us one step closer to taking this cancer down. THANK YOU and Happy Holidays! Read more

Top 10 Blue Stocking Stuffers

Posted on November 24, 2014

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We know you’ve got all the tasty food and drink of Turkey Day on your mind this week, but it’s never too early to start brainstorming gifts for next month’s December holidays! How about bringing a little colon cancer awareness into the holiday mix this year? Check out these top 10 blue stocking stuffers, perfect for proudly putting a blue stamp on this year’s holiday season!

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Tribute to Paula Thomas & Debbie Whitmore

Posted on November 20, 2014

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This month, we lost two remarkable colon cancer advocates to this disease – Paula Thomas and Debbie Whitmore. As we celebrate the lives and valiant journeys of these two leaders, our staff reflects on the contributions they made to the colon cancer space, and their own personal friendships with Paula and Debbie. Read more

You never expect to hear it’s cancer…

Posted on November 19, 2014

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My name is Steve Abrams and I am a stage I survivor.

I was diagnosed after 20 years of digestive issues and numerous colonoscopies. I was a youth sports coach when it happened, and there was nothing I loved more than seeing my players finish each season. When I received the news, I wasn’t sure I’d ever get to see my team play again. Read more

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