Posted on November 5, 2015
I’ve lost four friends to colon cancer this year and I’m afraid I’ll lose more before the year is out. While we have effective treatments for some, we still lose far too many to this disease. I wanted to know what I could do as a survivor and patient advocate to make a difference, so I went to Bio Summit 2015 to find out.
Posted on September 10, 2015
This past June, genetic information company Invitae sent out a survey to gauge awareness about genetics and cancer. In response to their findings, Invitae is launching their public awareness campaign to encourage people to know their family history, talk with a clinician and consider genetic testing.
Posted on September 8, 2015
What’s your best feature?
Maybe it’s the curly hair you inherited from your mom, the knack for cooking you got from your dad or the dimples that match your grandmother’s. The best parts about you are the things that make you stand out, the things that make you, well, you. So don’t you think those things are worth protecting?
Although October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, why limit it to just one part of your body?
This month is about you! We want to make sure you’re taking care of everything that makes you great—to pink and beyond! Protect all your assets, including your colon. We’ll debut some new shirts, so stay tuned!
In the meantime, check out a sneak peek of our new campaign poster and buttons, which is available for pre-order. Also, download these fun images to rock on your social media profiles and spread the word!
Posted on August 14, 2015
We’re honored to share some wonderful news—the Colon Cancer Alliance received the Accredited Charity seal from the Better Business Bureau Wise Giving Alliance (BBB WGA) and the highest rating from Charity Navigator for the fifth straight year. That puts us in the top 5 percent of nonprofits evaluated by this charity watchdog.
Posted on August 4, 2015
Last month on our Facebook page, we asked, “What do you wish someone would have told you when you were newly diagnosed?” We heard such incredible feedback (more than 130 comments!) that we decided to share your thoughts.
Read what some of you wish you had heard when you were diagnosed with colon cancer: