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PSA With Professional Race Car Driver Scott Lagasse, Jr.

Fight CRC and professional race car driver Scott Lagasse, Jr. have teamed up to educate people about colorectal cancer – a cancer that threatened Lagasse’s life. As a stage I colon cancer survivor, he is opening up to show that the disease can happen to…

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Fight CRC Launches New Website and What We Do Video

Jan. 6, 2017 — Fight Colorectal Cancer has launched a new website to meet the needs of a growing advocate community. The redesign harnesses the latest information and technology to deliver the best online experience for those searching for colorectal cancer treatment information and those seeking…

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Fight CRC Podcast Addresses Cancer and Laughter

Cancer and laughter are two things that don’t usually seem to go together. The latest Fight CRC podcast gives those facing the disease a go-ahead to laugh. Survivor and comedian Brenda Elsagher is featured in the episode where she talks openly about her story, career…

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Fight CRC Hires Two Staff

Fight Colorectal Cancer (Fight CRC) has added two professionals to its robust team. Nichole Hyde will serve as the Business Manager for the recently-relocated office based in Springfield, Mo. Dan Canfield, MPH, joins the team to manage the Research Advocacy Training and Support (RATS) program….

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Fight CRC Launches 2 Family Health History Resources

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE November is Family Health History Month. A family history of colorectal cancer can put one at a higher risk of the disease. Tracking and discussing a family’s medical history is an important step in preventing colorectal cancer. To support patients and their…

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Don’t tell me how to $%^&* FEEL

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Fight Colorectal Cancer launches podcast to offer insights and tips for supporting colorectal cancer patients SPRINGFIELD, MO. (Oct. 17, 2015) — Sometimes, everything is not going to be “OK.” In the Oct. 2016 Taboo-ty podcast, Fight Colorectal Cancer (Fight CRC) addresses the…

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Colorectal Cancer Research Academy Heads to Wisconsin

For Immediate Release Fight Colorectal Cancer hosts training for patients and caregivers engaged in the research advocacy training and support program. SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – (October 10, 2016) — Fight Colorectal Cancer (Fight CRC) and the University of Wisconsin Carbone Cancer Center (UWCCC) are working together…

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Cancer Advocates Plan To Hike Colorado’s Longs Peak

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE ALEXANDRIA, Va., Aug. 5, 2016 – On Aug. 21, a group of avid hikers assembled by Fight Colorectal Cancer (Fight CRC) will climb Longs Peak in Estes Park, Co. to promote health and wellness and create camaraderie within the colorectal cancer community….

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Colorectal Cancer Research Advocate Academy in Indianapolis

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Survivors, caregivers and family members who are part of Fight Colorectal Cancer’s (Fight CRC) Research Advocacy Training and Support (RATS) program will attend a research academy July 21-22 as part of their training program. Advocates will hear from advocacy and professional relations…

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Grassroots Action Committee adds Two Survivors, Caregiver

Alexandria, Va. – July 7, 2016 — Fight CRC’s Grassroots Action Committee (GAC), a volunteer committee dedicated to leading grassroots advocacy efforts, recently welcomed three new members committed to leading others and volunteering their time to the cause. Joining the 2016-2017 committee are survivors Amanda Houston and Chris Ganser,…

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