COVID-19 Doesn’t Stop for Colorectal Cancer
Seventeen organizations from across the globe – who individually have made a significant impact in the fight to end colorectal cancer – are joining together in solidarity #atadistance to let their collective communities know that even in the wake of a global pandemic they are unified in and fiercely committed to saving, improving, and extending the lives of millions at risk for or living with the world’s third cancer killer.
On Tuesday, June 9th, these organizations will collectively celebrate and lift up the over 4.6 million colorectal cancer survivors around the world and reach out to the thousands who are newly diagnosed every day to offer a message of hope.
Colorectal cancer hasn’t stopped for COVID-19. “We know patients and caregivers affected by this disease need our support now more than ever.”Cindy Borassi, Colon Cancer Foundation, “And, we are here to help those most affected by CRC navigate cancer in the weeks and months to come.”
Beat Liver Tumors beatlivertumors.org
Blue Hat Foundation bluehatbowtie.org
Colorectal Cancer Canada colorectalcancercanada.com
Colon Cancer Coalition coloncancercoalition.org
Colon Cancer Foundation coloncancerfoundation.org
Colon Cancer Prevention Project coloncancerpreventionproject.org/
Colon Cancer Stars colonstars.org
Colorectal Cancer Alliance ccalliance.org
Fight Colorectal Cancer fightcrc.org
GI Cancers Alliance GICancersAlliance.org
Michael’s Mission michaelsmission.org
Minnesota Colorectal Cancer Research Foundation minnesotacolorectal.org
The Raymond Foundation TheRaymondFoundation.org
The Colon Club colonclub.org
The Gloria Borges WunderGlo Foundation wunderglofoundation.org
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