Lifelong Twins Fan Eric Powell's First Pitch… for Prevention

by Eric Powell, advocate with Fight Colorectal Cancer When I arrived in D.C. for Call-on Congress in March, other advocates started telling me about a TWINS event taking place in July with Fight Colorectal Cancer. My ears perked up when I heard “Twins” and immediately I said “Sign me up!” I’m a HUGE fan. Growing up with…  Read More

For the Love of Coffee… and Mom

Felicia Parker’s love for coffee started at a young age, too young to know that her love for coffee would one day help make a difference. Like the majority of our nation, Felicia was an avid Starbucks coffee drinker until one day while at work, she noticed from her office window how many times the door…  Read More

Webinar Wrap-Up – Family First – Genetic Syndromes by Heather Hampel

Patients, caregivers and family members use our webinars each month to learn more about the battle against colorectal cancer and find the news they need to stay informed. At Fight Colorectal Cancer, we believe that education empowers those affected by colorectal cancer to take control of their lives. Below is Q&A with Heather Hampel, our presenter of…  Read More

You Can Be Like Portland – Host a March!

On April 12, advocates, volunteers, dancers, food cart vendors, tourists, acrobats, and other Portlandians gathered in Pioneer Courthouse Square. Together, we celebrated the one million colorectal cancer survivors in the United States, commemorated those who lost their fight against the disease, and educated the public about colorectal cancer screening and prevention. It was a sight to…  Read More

Meet the One Million Strong – Wanda C from Washington

Be a part of One Million Strong and tell us how colorectal cancer has impacted your life! Share your story now!  MEET WANDA Wanda Charles, Survivor Vancouver, WA WANDA’S STORY I had been having symptoms for 7-8 years, but we had no insurance. It finally got so bad I went to the women’s clinic. The doctor took…  Read More

FLO'S WORDS OF WISDOM : THE ANNUAL AACR MEETING AND BEING A RAT

I had the great opportunity to attend this year’s American Association of Cancer Research (AACR) meeting in San Diego and what an experience it was!  I arrived on Saturday morning and the first thing I did was try to acquaint myself with the hotel, as there was a satellite registration for attendees in the lobby –…  Read More