My Personal Connection to Colorectal Cancer: Danielle Burgess

To honor November as Health History Month, we wanted to introduce you to some of the Fight CRC team & show their personal connection to the cause.  Meet: Danielle Burgess, Director of Communications What brings you to Fight CRC? I met the Fight CRC team when they came to Kansas City for the first One Million…  Read More

Cook-off For a Cause

After losing her husband, Steve, in 2010 to colorectal cancer, Suzan Mayberry wanted to do something in his honor that combined his passion for family, friends and a good BBQ, all while supporting the fight against colorectal cancer. Suzan formed the Mayberry Memorial Cook-offs and began hosting BBQ cook-offs and donating proceeds to fund the fight…  Read More

Meet the One Million Strong – Sarah H. from Ontario

MEET SARAH Sarah Howe, survivor St. Catharines, Ontario SARAH’S STORY On March 28, 2014 I began experiencing intense stomach pain that I brushed off as “normal” because I had just given birth to my third child two days prior.When the pain persisted, and was still occurring after two weeks, I decided to go to the ER.…  Read More

Advocate Spotlight: Suzan's Thoughts On ASCO

by Fight CRC advocate Suzan Mayberry ASCO – WHAT AN EXPERIENCE What a privilege to attend the 2014 ASCO (American Society of Clinical Oncology) conference at McCormick Place in the windy city of Chicago. This conference was every bit of exciting as my first day of university. People from all over the world were there, and…  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

May 2014 Webinar: Family First – What You Need to Know About Family History & Colorectal Cancer

Have you and your family discussed your family’s medical history? Did you know that 10-15% of all cancers are familial, and 3% of all colorectal cancers are due to a syndrome called Lynch Syndrome? Having Lynch Syndrome puts you at an 80% increased risk of developing colorectal cancer. Tune into this webinar to learn more about Lynch…  Read More