Event Recap :: Research Advocacy Training Wisconsin

When I first joined the Fight CRC team in the summer of 2015, I was excited to jump in. I love to evaluate programs and learn about the needs of patients. I got my master’s degree in public health because I love data and seeing…

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RATS: What is Research Advocacy?

As a member of RATS, we will ask that you participate in webinars, conference calls and in-person trainings when applicable. The webinar series will provide an overall background of research advocacy, study design and data interpretation, and highlight the emerging science in the field. Sept. 9 Webinar: What…

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Preview: 5 Advocates To Attend 2014 GI Cancer Symposium

Next week, five research advocates from Fight Colorectal Cancer will attend the 2014 Gastrointestinal Cancers Symposium in San Francisco, CA. This annual conference presents the latest science in treating all GI cancers, including colorectal cancer. According to the Symposium, it “offers a fresh perspective on…

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TAKE ACTION: Ask Congress to Protect Funding to Fight Cancer

On July 10, more than 100 cancer patients, survivors, caregivers, researchers and physicians will unite on Capitol Hill as One Voice Against Cancer. “Prioritize and protect funding to fight cancer” will be the strong yet simple message they deliver to their lawmakers. Fight Colorectal Cancer…

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The Traveling Advocate Flies . . .and Flies . . . and Flies

“Thank you for what you said.” “Thanks for your comments.” Words heard over and over in elevators, hallways, and coffee breaks in the last couple of weeks, as Colorectal Cancer Coalition research advocates spoke out during research-focused meetings … appreciation expressed for the reality-based voices…

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Advocates in Research Working Group Recommendations

By Nancy Roach, the Founder of C3 and Chair of its Board of Directors A National Cancer Institute (NCI) working group has developed recommendations about how to engage advocates effectively in NCI research activities.  The recommendations are open to public comment until November 30, 2009. …

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