RATS: Data Interpretation and Study Design

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. 24 Webinar: Data Interpretation…

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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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Colorectal Cancer 101 :: August 2015 Webinar

  In this webinar our Medical Advisory Board member Dr. Dennis Ahnen covered the basics of colorectal cancer – the hows, whats, and whys. This webinar is brought to you by Fight CRC’s Research Advocacy Training and Support (RATS) program. *Required for all RATS* Presented by…

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June 2015 Webinar :: ASCO 2015 in Review

About the Webinar We discuss the latest research and treatments for colorectal cancer patients presented at the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) Annual Meeting in Chicago in May 2015. Dr. Dustin Deming, a medical oncologist, new member of the Fight CRC Medical Advisory Board and…

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January 2015 Webinar – Genetic Syndromes of CRC

In our October webinar we spent time reviewing family history and importance.  In this webinar, we discussed genetic and familial syndromes that are specific to colorectal cancer.   Additionally, we talked about what you might look for in your family history and discussed implications for prevention and management…

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December 2014 Webinar – Nutrition & Bowel Obstructions

Nutrition is an important part of any cancer treatment plan, especially for those individuals who are undergoing colorectal cancer treatment and have had surgery to remove part of the colon. Another important consideration for patients who have had surgery to remove part of the colon…

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November 2014 – Complementary and Alternative Medicine

FAD or FACT? How to determine if complementary & alternative medicine is for you.  Date: November 12, 10:30am ET / 9:30am CT / 8:30am MT / 7:30am PT Many complementary therapies, used along with conventional medicine, can support cancer treatments, reduce some of the adverse effects of cancer…

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October 2014 Webinar – Family Genetics

Family Genetics Learning about health, family history and what information to collect is important! Join us as we prepare for November as Health History Month. The holidays provide an excellent opportunity for families to share health history. Join us to learn about colorectal cancer and…

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July 2014 Webinar – The Latest News About CRC Research & Treatment

Learn the latest findings from the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) conference in May. The latest studies, treatments and developments and how they impact colorectal cancer patients were discussed. PRESENTED BY: Cathy Eng, M.D. Associate Professor, Department of Gastrointestinal (GI) Medical OncologyDr. Cathy Eng is Associate Professor…

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