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Participants Needed: Healthy Weight Loss Study

Posted on April 6, 2014

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Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health is seeking participants for their Healthy Weight Loss for Cancer Survivors Study, an exercise and diet weight loss program for female colon cancer survivors.

  • Are you a female stage I-III colon or rectal cancer survivor?
  • Are you overweight and want to lose weight?

  • Do you exercise less than two and a half hours per week? Read more

Share Your Colonoscopy Tips with DSC CEO

Posted on March 17, 2014

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As you know, Dollar Shave Club is sponsoring the Colon Cancer Alliance for National Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month. We’re donating our time & money to help raise awareness about the importance of getting a colonoscopy. According to the Colon Cancer Alliance, colon cancer is 90% preventable when detected early. Read more

Colon Health Alert: New Colon Exam Tool Approved

Posted on February 3, 2014

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Today, Given Imaging Ltd announced that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has cleared PillCam® COLON as a new way to view the colon. The Colon Cancer Alliance welcomes PillCam COLON as an additional colon exam choice. When detected early, colon cancer is largely preventable. Through advancements like this, we’re one step closer to fulfilling our mission of knocking colon cancer out of the top three cancer killers. Read more

Healthy Eats for Super Bowl Sunday

Posted on January 30, 2014

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With the big game approaching, I took it upon myself to try and lighten up some of my favorite snack foods. After hearing that the Super Bowl is the second largest eating day after Thanksgiving (WOW!), I was excited to give things a healthy spin.  

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Taking a Second Look: Cancer Screening for Cancer Survivors

Posted on January 14, 2014

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Here’s a startling fact: Cancer survivors are more likely to NOT get recommended screening for other cancers. 

You would think that cancer survivors would be the first in line to be screened for other cancers. But oftentimes, this isn’t the case. As patients and their doctors become so focused on and busy with fighting their current cancer, post-checkups and recurrences that screening for a second cancer often gets overlooked. Read more

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