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Welcome Susy Munoz, Bilingual Patient Support Advocate

Posted on May 12, 2015

Susy Munoz

Please give a warm welcome to Susy Munoz, our new Bilingual Patient Support Advocate! Susy’s joining us from Los Angeles and is here to help you in both English and Spanish.

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Hero of the Month: Roanne’s Race

Posted on May 11, 2015


For the past three years, the Livermore, California community gathers on the first Saturday of November for Roanne’s Race, a 5K/10K to honor a young woman they lost to colon cancer at age 24. Rain or shine, family, friends and neighbors celebrate the life of Roanne Cairel–and extend her legacy by donating all of the proceeds of the race to young onset colon cancer research. We reached out to two of the organizers of Roanne’s Race to learn more about their incredible fundraising efforts, and the girl that inspired them. Read more

Never Too Young Represents at CancerCon

Posted on May 6, 2015

Never Too Young

What’s up with those Never Too Young shirts? We’re glad you asked! We rolled out our new shirts at StupidCancer’s CancerCon in Denver last month and we’re excited to be selling these in our online store. This slogan is our rally cry for the Never Too Young Coalition, where we’ve teamed up to spread the message that you’re never too young for colon cancer.

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GEICO: Ensuring Support for People Living With Colon Cancer

Posted on May 4, 2015


The company known for their lovable reptile, the GEICO Gecko, continued their track record of providing outstanding community service as a sponsor of “HOPE”, our Blue Star mascot at the 2015 Buffalo Undy Run/Walk. Team Gecko Tails gave colon cancer a kick in the fanny  with their phenomenal fundraising efforts. Led by team captain Adam Miller, GEICO associates raised over $6,400 in support of the Walk. We asked Adam how he got his Tail to the Undy: Read more

Blue Star Concert Hits the High Note for Awareness

Posted on May 1, 2015

Alessandro Taverna

We had a great time at last night’s Blue Star Concert in DC! The brainchild of Riccardo De Marchi Trevisan in memory of his mother Daniela Trevisan, the concert raised awareness and funds for colon cancer.

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