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Send in Your Poop, Get a Six Pack in New ‘Give a Crap Challenge’

Colon Cancer Foundation, Squatty Potty & DuClaw Brewing Company are coming together to offer ‘unicorn farts’ beer for getting tested during National Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month   March 1, 2021 (New York, NY) – Colorectal cancer is crappy. As the nation’s second-deadliest form of cancer, it kills thousands every year. This March, adults can enjoy a limited-edition glittery beer […]

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 candidate is a self-starter with a positive and collaborative attitude to join a dynamic and growing organization. We are offering […]

CURE Media Group Bolsters Strategic Alliance Partnership Program With 12 New Partners

December 16, 2020 02:05 PM Eastern Standard Time CRANBURY, N.J.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–CURE Media Group is excited to announce that its has expanded its Strategic Alliance Partnership (SAP) program roster with the addition of 12 new partners. “We are excited to join forces with such prominent organizations across different cancer communities during these past few months,” said […]

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Colon Cancer Screening Guidelines

When it comes to colon cancer screenings, it pays to be informed. The more information you have on it, the more well prepared you will be. You’ll also have less stress because you will know more about what to expect. Here are some helpful colon cancer screening guidelines to help familiarize yourself with the details […]

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New Study Finds Immunology Affects Colorectal Cancer Survivors

In the cancer community usually, immune cells in a tumor can improve one’s chances of survival. However, a new study recently found that colorectal cancer patients with too many immune cells may be at risk for disease recurrence and increased risk of death. New research from City of Hope, an independent research center, published a […]

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2020 Colon Cancer Challenge 

Join us for the 2020 Colon Cancer Challenge on March, 29, 2020 in Randall’s Island, New York City. This year is the 17th anniversary of the Colon Cancer Challenge, where the nation comes together to raise awareness of colorectal cancer and raise funds for the Colon Cancer Foundation.   Off to the Races This year, […]

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February is Fiber Awareness Month

February is Fiber Awareness Month, which is a perfect time to learn more about fiber and the role it can play in preventing colorectal cancer. Fiber-rich foods are known for their immense health benefits and multiple studies link fiber to a lower risk of colon cancer.   While it is well-known that fiber leads to […]

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New Study Shows Promising Colon Cancer Blood Test

Colorectal cancer, which is one of the deadliest forms of cancer, will affect around 1 in 22 men and 1 in 24 women in our lifetime. While there are numerous links between hereditary and lifestyle risks of developing colon cancer, there are still unknown risks with the disease. Recently, researchers in France discovered a new […]