Twas the Night Before Christmas – Colorectal Cancer Prevention Version

  Twas the night before Christmas When all through the land Not a cancer was growing Not even a strand   The stockings all hung By the chimney with care With thoughts of happiness Knowing colon cancer would not be there   The people were nestled All safe in their beds While visions of good health Danced…  Read More

Your donated FIT tests saved lives!

Over the past two years, many donors have generously given a year-end financial gift to Fight Colorectal Cancer so that someone in need would receive a free FIT test. After two years of the campaign, we’re proud to share some of the (life-saving!) results. Distribution of the FIT Tests: We created a program and built relationships…  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

Five colorectal cancer experts join Medical Advisory Board

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE New clinicians, researchers get involved at Fight Colorectal Cancer to provide advice on medical, clinical and research aspects of colorectal cancer. Alexandria, Va. – December 15, 2014 – The Fight Colorectal Cancer (Fight CRC) Medical Advisory Board gained five experts in colorectal cancer. The following doctors joined the multi-disciplinary board to provide advice…  Read More

Top 10 Tips For Eating and Celebrating During Colorectal Cancer Treatment

by Margaret Martin, RD MS LDN CDE Holidays often come with stress and expectations. Many celebrations revolve around food. Colorectal cancer and treatments can make enjoying holiday dinners a challenge. But don’t worry—there are some easy steps you can take to help make eating and celebrating during cancer treatment possible. Tell people how you feel. Let…  Read More

December 2014 Webinar – Nutrition & Bowel Obstructions

Nutrition is an important part of any cancer treatment plan, especially for those individuals who are undergoing colorectal cancer treatment and have had surgery to remove part of the colon. Another important consideration for patients who have had surgery to remove part of the colon is avoiding a bowel obstruction. Knowing which foods you should and…  Read More