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NATIONAL CAREGIVER MONTH

“Finding Faith and Hope” – Recognizing National Caregiver Month My name is Nadya and I would like to share my story with you with the hope that I can spread awareness of early onset colon cancer and the critical role caregivers play…
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Colon Cancer on the Rise Among Young Adults in Developed Countries

With the recent announcement of lowering the standard screening age to 45-years-old, it’s no surprise that colon cancer is on the rise among young adults in developed countries. Despite rates decreasing in older adults  due to increased screening,…
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How Does Fitness Affect Your Risk of Colon Cancer?

A recent study has linked past fitness habits and current physical activity to a lower risk of colorectal cancer. The research shows promising insight into more ways that you can lower your personal risk of developing one of the deadliest cancers. Study…

80% in Every Community

The Colon Cancer Challenge Foundation and the American Cancer Society have joined forces on an initiative called 80% in Every Community, which challenges you to take a stand against one of the most preventable forms of cancer – colorectal cancer – by getting screened, choosing a healthy way of eating and being physically active. The Colon Cancer Foundation is a founding member of this nationwide movement to reach 80% screened for colorectal cancer.

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Team Colon Cancer Challenge

Team Colon Cancer Challenge has raised more than $930,000 in support of efforts to raise awareness of colorectal cancer and the importance of early screening, prevention, and research.