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By Fight Colorectal Cancer
The “Blue Star States” campaign launched by colorectal cancer nonprofits the Colon Cancer Alliance and Fight Colorectal Cancer reaches every state in the U.S. and raises awareness of colon and rectal cancer.

By Fight Colorectal Cancer
President Obama issued a presidential proclamation recognizing March 2014 as Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month, the first in over a decade

By lulu.com
A Must Read for Newly Diagnosed Cancer Patients, those in treatment, survivors, Family and Friends

By Fight Colorectal Cancer
Washington, D.C.-based colon cancer nonprofit leadership changes

By Publishing Unleashed
After the loss of their mother to cancer, Bruce Ham and his family are taking life one day at a time. Through laughter and tears, the family is rebuilding their life and trying to find their new normal.

By Fight Colorectal Cancer
Colon cancer non-profit works with NCI to recruit stage II and stage III colon cancer survivors for non-medicinal study.

By Margaret M. Lamb
Georgetown, S.C. — Colon cancer screening will be the topic of a free public lecture by Dr. George M. Orr at noon Wednesday, March 20, in Murrells Inlet.

By activeostomates
The Battle Won, Blue Note Fund Edition takes the reader through the Henniger family's journey to defeat colon cancer and provides financial assistance to current cancer patients.

By Florida Hospital Volusia/Flagler
This new technology improves detection rates of colon cancer polyps by 25 percent.

By Bliss Media Los Angeles
Three-Time Cancer Survivor S. Wilking Horan Reveals Key Prevention, Treatment and Survival Information in Two New Books Available on Amazon and Other Online Retailers

By Theralase Technologies Inc.
Anti-cancer Photo Dynamic Compound (PDC) technology was found to completely destroy under the skin colon cancer tumours in a mouse model. Four weeks post treatment; the mice continue to be cancer free.

By Melanie Herron
Center to hold event to build awareness on colon cancer prevention.

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By Fight Colorectal Cancer
Experienced lobbyist and former congressional staffer, Margaret Carvin, joins Fight Colorectal Cancer to train advocates and advance colorectal cancer policy on the Hill.

By Fight Colorectal Cancer
The “Blue Star States” campaign launched by colorectal cancer nonprofits the Colon Cancer Alliance and Fight Colorectal Cancer reaches every state in the U.S. and raises awareness of colon and rectal cancer.

By Fight Colorectal Cancer
Colorectal cancer advocacy organization promotes VP of Programs to President

By Fight Colorectal Cancer
President Obama issued a presidential proclamation recognizing March 2014 as Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month, the first in over a decade

By Fight Colorectal Cancer
Five research advocates from Fight Colorectal Cancer will attend the 2014 Gastrointestinal Cancers Symposium in San Francisco, Calif. Jan. 15-18.

By Publishing Unleashed
When his late wife Lisa died of cancer, Bruce found himself struggling to pick up the pieces of their life, while learning how to handle the new responsibilities of being a single father to his three daughters.

By Los Angeles Endoscopy Center
To improve understanding and help with diagnosis and treatment of various gastrointestinal diseases like colon cancer affecting many Americans, the Los Angeles Endoscopy Center launches a new educational website.

By Los Angeles Endoscopy Center
Healthy diet, along with colonoscopy, may further reduce the risk of colon cancer

By lulu.com
A Must Read for Newly Diagnosed Cancer Patients, those in treatment, survivors, Family and Friends

By Fight Colorectal Cancer
Washington, D.C.-based colon cancer nonprofit leadership changes

By Publishing Unleashed
After the loss of their mother to cancer, Bruce Ham and his family are taking life one day at a time. Through laughter and tears, the family is rebuilding their life and trying to find their new normal.

By Fight Colorectal Cancer
Colon cancer nonprofit offers patient perspective in cancer survivorship article.

By Fight Colorectal Cancer
Fight Colorectal Cancer joins Profile Barber Institute at Atlanta Bronner Bros. show to spread awareness of colon cancer among stylists and barbers.

By Fight Colorectal Cancer
Colon cancer non-profit works with NCI to recruit stage II and stage III colon cancer survivors for non-medicinal study.

By Margaret M. Lamb
Georgetown, S.C. — Colon cancer screening will be the topic of a free public lecture by Dr. George M. Orr at noon Wednesday, March 20, in Murrells Inlet.

By Mason District Hospital
March is Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month, and Mason District Hospital offers testing and screening services that help find and treat cancer in the earliest stages.

By New Street Communications, LLC
Farrelly calls James Capuano's BEAST "harrowing, hilarious, heartbreaking, and, most of all, human."

By The Colon Club
The Colon Club releases the 2013 Colondar in the midst of October, which is Breast Cancer Awareness Month

By New Street Communications, LLC
What do you do when cancer sneaks up and sucker-punches you from behind? If you are Jimmy Capuano, born and raised on New York's lower east side, you come back at it with a whole lot of attitude, and with both fists flying. Then you tell your story.

By activeostomates
The Battle Won, Blue Note Fund Edition takes the reader through the Henniger family's journey to defeat colon cancer and provides financial assistance to current cancer patients.

By PharmaFlare
PharmaFlare analyzed patient experiences on Avastin and Chemotherapy Drugs Combination in Advanced Colorectal Cancer

By Florida Hospital Volusia/Flagler
This new technology improves detection rates of colon cancer polyps by 25 percent.

By Bliss Media Los Angeles
Three-Time Cancer Survivor S. Wilking Horan Reveals Key Prevention, Treatment and Survival Information in Two New Books Available on Amazon and Other Online Retailers

By Theralase Technologies Inc.
Anti-cancer Photo Dynamic Compound (PDC) technology was found to completely destroy under the skin colon cancer tumours in a mouse model. Four weeks post treatment; the mice continue to be cancer free.

By Megan Holt
Second annual American Cancer Society run/walk event in Ann Arbor to support the fight against colon cancer

By Melanie Herron
Center to hold event to build awareness on colon cancer prevention.

By Melanie Herron
Center sponsors hockey game to build awareness on colon cancer prevention.

By Hepatitis B Foundation
NIH Sponsored Investigator Dr. A. Douglas Kinghorn Investigates the Formerly Private Merck Natural Products Collection Donated to the Institute for Hepatitis and Virus Research

By (e)Merge
The Central Illinois Endoscopy Center (CIEC) continues to receive impressive patient satisfaction scores; 95% overall in the month of January and 94% in the past 12 months. CIEC is making their mark as a leader in providing superior healthcare.

By Vitamin D Council
he Vitamin D Council, a nonprofit educational corporation based in California, launches their “Vitamin D and Cancer” campaign today, presenting 20 detailed summaries of the evidence on the role of vitamin D in preventing cancer.

By Dr.Victor Marchione
A new study has found that folate -- a vital B-vitamin -- may reduce your risk of colorectal cancer. This natural supplement has been the subject of much research over the decades, to the point where it enriches many foods in the grocery store.

By Dr. Russ Buss
Dr. Russ Buss describes the "campground of optimism" that can be found at any American Cancer Society Relay for Life event around the country. He shows why and how to have a fun day with family and friends while giving and fighting back to cancer.

By Georgetown Hospital System
Amy C. Smith, FNP for Waccamaw Gastroenterology in Georgetown and Murrells Inlet, will present a community lecture titled “Colon Cancer: How Early Detection can be A Lifesaver” on Tuesday, March 29 and Thursday, March 31 at 12:00 noon.

By INDIE VIXENS LLC
INDIE VIXENS® Host Music-N-Mix® happy hours, music showcases, screen films and music videos in "The Suite®" in Austin, TX during SXSW. A percentage of all proceeds will benefit Red Cross and CCA's Blue Note Fund.

By Sally Malech
March is National Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month (NCRCAM) and The Gastrointestinal Cancer Center of New Jersey at Saint Barnabas Medical Center reminds the community that screenings are crucial to prevention.

By Semicolon Communications
Midwest Gastroenterology doctors and staff find a way to show patients they care through a pancake fundraiser on Dress in Blue Day, March 4, 2011.

By The Colon Club
While colon cancer typically impacts those 50+, a national nonprofit group is dedicated to showing that it can happen to young adults too through an annual calendar. The 2011 Colondar features 13 young men and women all diagnosed way too young.

By Jeff Jurmain
Catch your Z's and catch them often. Researchers have found that, along with a higher risk of obesity, heart disease and diabetes, an inadequate amount of sleep can put you at risk of colon cancer.

By INDIE VIXENS LLC
INDIE VIXENS ® will collaborate with others, raise colon cancer awareness, and launch INDIE VIXENS Sessions ®, their film screening and music showcase platform at "The Suite ®," aka Beale Street Tavern in Austin March 12-15, 2011.

By MediBid
Two weeks ago, MediBid started a program to reimburse patients for the service fee, making it free for them to receive Bids. The MediBid team was quite surprised that when given the chance to receive Bids at no cost, patients chose a Colonoscopy.

By Johnson
Colon cancer also known as colorectal cancer is cancer cells that are present in the long tube known as the giant intestine and rectum.

By American Cancer Society
Faced with the daunting health disparities that impact African American men, the American Cancer Society is presenting the African American Men’s Health Forum, April 24, 2010, in the new Student Center, Norfolk State University, 700 Park Avenue.

By Lynch Syndrome International
During Colorectal Cancer Month, Advocate Organization Launches Public Awareness Website To Protect Families and Save Lives from the Hereditary Cancers of Lynch Syndrome (HNPCC)

By L. Thomas, THC Media, Inc.
Most African Americans are unaware that colon screening guidelines are different for them compared to the general population. A Decatur, Georgia Gasteroenterologist is helping to spread the message of early screening in the community.

By Chris
Colon cancer is cancer that starts in the large intestine or the rectum. Peoples should know how colon cancer spread.

By Transposagen
National Cancer Institute and KY Cabinet for Economic Development Combine for $412,628 in Awards to Lexington, KY - based Transposagen Biopharmaceuticals, Inc.

By Ackermann PR
Please find the release below about a breakthrough in colon cancer screening. EDP Biotech Corporation of Knoxville, Tennessee has developed a simple blood test that is capturing national attention with its pre-clinical trial results.

By Tatya H.P.
Colorectal cancer is 90 percent preventable and 90 percent treatable when detected early, yet it continues to be the second leading cause of cancer-related death in the United States.

By CORI Group
Trial to evaluate the role of surgery, pathology and profiling in patient recovery

By Lynne Gordon
All they (doctors) can do for you, once you are sick, is to either help you manage the pain (with pills) or help you keep the disease from getting any worse (again, with pills).



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