Posted on July 29, 2015
We’re happy to introduce you to Eman Faris—our new Prevention Programs Intern! Eman recently graduated from the University of Maryland where she majored in community health and worked as a Health Peer Educator. Learn more about Eman, her passion for health education and her love of thrift stores!
Posted on July 27, 2015
Last month, we traveled to Chicago to attend the American Society of Clinical Oncology’s (ASCO) Annual Meeting. This is where the top up-and-coming cancer research from the year is presented to more than 25,000 experts, advocates, doctors, researchers and scientists from around the world.
As the co-founder of the Never Too Young coalition and an organization that is currently investing in under 50 research, it was exciting to see young-onset colorectal cancer being recognized by the research community. The study results, however, were less than comforting.
Stephanie Guiffre, our Never Too Young Coalition Director and one of the founders of National Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month, pulled together the top findings presented this year.
Posted on July 14, 2015
Say hello to Josh Hicks, who recently joined the Colon Cancer Alliance as our new Gift Entry Associate! Josh came to Washington, DC all the way from Florida, where he was born, raised and attended college. Help us welcome him, and his two adorable dachshunds, to the family!
Posted on July 10, 2015
We recently asked those of you who had chemotherapy to share advice with people who are just starting and we received an amazing response! We wanted to highlight some of the tips to help those who are starting chemo and may not have seen our Facebook post.
Take a look at the tips below and don’t forget to leave your own advice!
Posted on July 1, 2015
Exciting news! We’ve welcomed two new Board of Directors members to the Colon Cancer Alliance family this month. These professionals bring unique expertise, connection to the cause and commitment to our vision for a world free of colon cancer. We look forward to seeing their fresh perspectives come to life as they join our Board of dedicated leaders and take us steps closer to knocking out colon cancer.
Meet Riccardo de Marchi Trevisan and Tess Fraser.