What's Preventing Prevention? – A Recap from the Alliance for Health Reform/AARP Hill briefing

by Margaret Carvin, Fight Colorectal Cancer Policy Strategist Colorectal Cancer prevention and screening was discussed extensively at a senate lunch briefing last week by several panelists. CDC’s CRCCP Program Explained Judy Monroe, from Centers for Disease Control, discussed the Colorectal Cancer Control Program. She explained that this program covers 25 states and 4 Indian tribes. Two-thirds of the money…  Read More

Backgrounder – Support FY15 Funding for CRCCP at CDC

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House Letter – Fund CRCCP at CDC in FY15

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CDC: More Americans Need Colorectal Cancer Screening

Since the first day we opened our doors as an advocacy group, we have supported and advocated for Centers for Disease Control (CDC) funding. The CDC is the cornerstone of our country’s cancer prevention efforts, saving the lives of Americans and keeping a watchful eye on our country’s disparate populations. The CDC is at the front…  Read More

CDC's Screening for Colorectal Cancer Infographic

 Source:  Screening for Colorectal Cancer Infographic 

Oregon Advocates Meet at White House

Yesterday two of our long-time colorectal cancer advocates, LaRisha and Michell Baker, along with president Carlea Bauman and policy expert Camille Bonta, met with Tricia Schmitt at the White House. Ms. Schmitt met with our advocates to discuss funding for colorectal cancer programs at the Centers for Disease Control (CDC.)   Our team, joined by two gastroenterologists, met at…  Read More