An Update On Cancer Survivorship

I joined the Fight Colorectal Cancer team one year ago as the Director of Health Promotion. I came on board with a joint appointment as a researcher with the Cancer Prevention Research Center at the Colorado School of Public Health (CSPH) and the University of Colorado Cancer Center (UCCC). A year later, I think about everything…  Read More

ASCO 2015 Recap: CRC Subtypes & MSI-H Findings

ASCO – Why Is It So Important? The American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) hosts an annual meeting to convene oncology professionals to discuss the latest research and emerging treatments in the field of oncology. This year, nearly 40,000 researchers attended this meeting as a forum to release new data and provide the medical community with…  Read More

Let’s Get Ready to ASCO

This week Fight Colorectal Cancer is preparing for the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) Annual Conference in Chicago. LET’S GET READY TO ASCO…..!!!!!!!!!! The Fight CRC team is headed to ASCO to learn about groundbreaking medical and scientific research. Our goal is to ensure YOU (the patients, caregivers, friends, medical workers or others touched by this disease) have real-time…  Read More

Dear Colleague in Senate – Recognize May 2014 National Cancer Research Month

Advocates: this Dear Colleague is circulating in the Senate to support National Cancer Research Awareness Month. Reach out to your senators & ask them to sign this resolution!  

2014 Award Winners

Each March at Call-on Congress, Fight Colorectal Cancer recognizes individuals who exemplify what our organization is all about. These people are not only advocates – they’re champions. Each of them offers their experience and passion to further the cause. This year’s 2014 Award Winners set the bar high. Advocate of the Year – Gordon Cole A…  Read More