Time to sport and inflate your Football Jersey!

With one week to go before over 110+ million watch Super Bowl XLIX, many of us have our little traditions we’re getting ready for – even if our favorite team isn’t playing in the game. And for many of us, we break out our favorite team jersey. This year, we thought it would be cool to not…  Read More

14 Years Later – Today I Am Strong

by Danielle Burgess, two-time survivor & Fight CRC director of communications  Today, I’m taking the day off. I’m exhaling that we officially launched our 2015 One Million Strong campaign. I might just do a happy dance in my office. I’m putting my emails on pause, and planning to get back to everyone on Monday. I’m going to (try) to not check my…  Read More

Show us your #StrongArmSelfie – TIPS

This post was updated 1.28  – see below for more tips to ensure your #StrongArmSelfie gets found!  This week we launched our One Million Strong campaign for 2015, and with it came something new: a #StrongArmSelfie! Flexing your muscle, snapping a pic & posting it is creating TONS of awareness about colorectal cancer! We’re especially excited to partner with…  Read More

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

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