The Colon Cancer Foundation (CCF) is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization
dedicated to a World Without Colorectal Cancer through awareness, prevention, screening, and research.

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Public Relations and Community Engagement Intern

Full Job Description The Colon Cancer Foundation® is seeking a driven Public Relations Intern with a passion to reducing colorectal cancer incidence and death. Candidates should be extremely organized and adept at multitasking; the ideal…
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Disparity Among Young Colorectal Cancer Patients Seeking Genetic Counseling

Colorectal cancer (CRC) is the leading gastrointestinal neoplasia, which has historically been known to primarily affect individuals over 50 years of age, and screening is currently recommended for those 50 and older. This might soon change…
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Should Financial Hardship be a Quality Care Measure After a Cancer Diagnosis?

Cancer is one of the most expensive conditions to treat worldwide. Financial stress and hardship after a cancer diagnosis is a well-documented fact in the U.S. Cancer patients spend more out-of-pocket for medical care and treatment than their…

80% in Every Community

The Colon Cancer 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 $1,048,000 in support of efforts to raise awareness of colorectal cancer and the importance of early screening, prevention, and research.