February 2014 Webinar -RESEARCH & TREATMENT NEWS: Highlights from the 2014 GI Cancer Symposium

Each January, the brightest minds in colorectal cancer research meet at the Gastrointestinal Cancer Symposium. Fight Colorectal Cancer and The Colon Cancer Alliance are partnering to bring you the big news in colorectal cancer from the symposium. Dr. Allyson Ocean will be presenting your options for treatment and know that you are not alone in your…  Read More

January 2014 Webinar – After The Shock: A CRC Diagnosis

Have you or someone you love recently been diagnosed with stage III or stage IV colorectal cancer? Feeling overwhelmed? Learn where to go from here. We’ll talk about every leg of the journey from understanding your diagnosis to tips on building your treatment team. Join us and Dr. Edward Crane to better understand your options for…  Read More

2014 Patient Webinar Schedule

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WEBINAR: Molecular Testing & Tumor Testing

Molecular testing and tumor testing — ever heard about it? Ever been asked about it? Join us for a Webinar on Wednesday, July 17 (8-9:30pm EDT) to learn more about these tools available for colorectal cancer patients. We’ll discuss: The importance of tumor testing and molecular testing. How this testing relates to colon and rectal cancer.…  Read More

What's New & What's On the Horizon in Colon Cancer?

Are you a patient, caregiver, survivor or advocate interested in all things colorectal cancer? Want to be “in the know?” Then make sure to join our FREE June webinar, What’s New & What’s on the Horizon. In partnership with Colon Cancer Alliance (CCA), we will present some of the latest information regarding colorectal cancer. Representatives from both…  Read More

Experts Issue Practice-Changing Advice: Stop giving calcium/magnesium for oxaliplatin-caused neuropathy

For patients getting the common FOLFOX chemotherapy for colorectal cancer, many oncologists add intravenous calcium and magnesium, hoping to decrease the neuropathy (nerve damage) associated with oxaliplatin-based drugs. But this week, experts at the 2013 ASCO meeting (American Society of Clinical Oncology), announced strong evidence that the calcium/magnesium does no good in either preventing or decreasing…  Read More