Open Letter from Anjee: Join One Million Strong 2015

As a community inspired by the over one million colorectal cancer survivors, we share a common passion. We see the need to fight when one of us is diagnosed. We understand that raising awareness will save lives. We want to see fewer diagnoses and more survivors. We want to make strides toward our national goal of…  Read More

Teen Advocate: Libby Schrack’s Story

Call-on Congress is an annual event where colon and rectal cancer survivors, caregivers and loved ones from all over the U.S. unite to make their voices heard through an advocacy day on the Hill! We host this three-day event each March in the Washington, D.C. area. The Early Bird discount for our 2015 Call-on Congress (March 16-18)…  Read More

Colorectal Cancer Gains Funding in New Appropriations Bill

Advocates, Your hard work in Fiscal Year (FY) 2014 really paid off!!! Last week, the House and the Senate completed action on the FY2015 spending bill and officially adjourned the 113th Congress. The bill will keep the federal government running until spring, and the president has already signed the bill into law. For the first time…  Read More

What’s a FIT test?

Our end-of-year campaign with spokesman Andre Miller is raising funds to give away FIT tests next year. If you’re curious about this screening option, read more! What is FIT? A fecal immunochemical test (FIT) or sometimes called an iFOBT is used for colorectal cancer screening to detect hidden blood in the stool. The FIT is done…  Read More

Meet the One Million Strong – Jeanette J. from Idaho

Meet Jeanette Jeanette Johnson, survivor Boise, Idaho Jeanette’s Story I have Addison’s Disease and became very ill. After going to my doctor, I was officially diagnosed as having an  Addison’s crises; something I would never recover from. I had abdominal discomfort and diarrhea for a year. Like many, I was told it was irritable bowel syndrome…  Read More

Meet the One Million Strong – Rick S. from California

Meet Rick Rick Sforza, family member Redlands, CA Rick’s Story My wife, Georgia, was diagnosed with stage III rectal cancer in October of 2014. We decided on complete transparency as we began our fight with cancer. I’ve posted Georgia’s story every day on Facebook and the outpouring of love and support have been tremendous. As of…  Read More