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Fight Colorectal Cancer Grows Health Promotion Program to Reach and Empower Patients

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE ALEXANDRIA, Va. (May 30, 2014) – Fight Colorectal Cancer is taking steps to ensure that patients and their families can get the resources they need to fight colorectal cancer. A new Health Promotion program will refine the organization’s patient education services while adding new components to better reach and equip patients. “We know that patients are looking for a place to go, or a starting point, once they are diagnosed and we’re focusing our programs to ensure that we provide relevant, reliable and practical resources,” said Anjee Davis, president of Fight Colorectal Cancer. New Health Promotion Program Over the last five years the patient education program at

Fight Colorectal Cancer Hires Partnership Manager

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE ALEXANDRIA, Va. (May 1, 2014) – Fight Colorectal Cancer is excited to announce the addition of Michell Baker to its team. Baker, a long-time advocate and volunteer of the organization, will manage the organization’s partnerships and provide direction and leadership for the nonprofit’s development and fundraising goals. “It’s exciting to see the organization grow,” said Anjee Davis, president of Fight Colorectal Cancer. “Michell is the perfect person for this job, she has passion and experience that will strengthen our partnerships across the country and take our colorectal cancer awareness programs into local communities.” Prior to joining Fight Colorectal Cancer, Baker served as the Executive Director of the

Fight Colorectal Cancer Hires Policy Strategist

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Apr. 4, 2014 - ALEXANDRIA, Va. – This month, Fight Colorectal Cancer, a leading advocacy group focusing on colorectal cancer policy, added Margaret Carvin, an experienced lobbyist, former Hill staffer and cancer survivor to its team as Policy Strategist. Carvin will lead the nonprofit’s advocacy initiatives both internally and on the Hill. Carvin will work with congressional offices to push for colorectal policy changes and lead the advocate training program so survivor voices can be heard on the Hill. “I am honored to be a new member of the Fight Colorectal Cancer team,” said Carvin. “I am excited to work on policy initiatives that will benefit this important cause and I

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