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3 Things to Know About the Healthcare Repeal

With so much happening in healthcare policy, it can be challenging to make sense of it all. So, we wanted to update you on three things you need to know about healthcare reform in Congress. Here’s what Fight CRC is doing to ensure the voices…

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Brian’s Climb For A Cure

by Brian Threlkeld  Each step required two labored breaths. My legs ached and my lungs begged for air, but I couldn’t believe where both had brought me. I had to remind myself to admire my surroundings. The Rocky Mountains stretched to the north and to…

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Angel’s Advocacy Bug

Meet Angel Gonzales, our new Grassroots Advocacy Manager, and see why and how she developed a passion for grassroots advocacy and fighting for those with colorectal cancer. Where It Started It’s never too early and it’s never too late to catch the advocacy bug. My…

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Two Powerful Voices – The Gibson Sisters

It started out with a quick selfie. Elsa and Carrie Gibson searched online looking for support and information. Their dad was sick with late-stage colorectal cancer. They needed answers. As they sought information, they stumbled across pictures with the hashtag #StrongArmSelfie. They decided to join in….

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Meet the One Million Strong- Lisa Spottswood from Virginia

Meet Lisa Patient / Survivor Aquia, Virginia Lisa’s Story The issues I noticed that lead to my cancer diagnosis actually started right after our daughter Abriena was born in Jan. 2015. I had a lot of pain in my tail bone, and had bleeding that…

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CDC’s Screening Program (CRCCP) is at RISK

On May 23, 2017 the Trump Administration released its FY 2018 budget proposal. The proposal includes $3.6 trillion in federal budget cuts intended to balance the federal budget within 10 years. The President’s 2018 budget requests $69 billion for Health and Human Services which is…

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Colonoscopy Prep Tips

Prep – it’s one of the most dreaded steps involved in getting screened for colorectal cancer via colonoscopy. There’s a lot of reasons why. The prep drink tastes salty to some. Few enjoy a mad dash to the toilet. Plus, there’s several prep options to do…

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Meet the One Million Strong- Jenna Detko from Minnesota

Meet Jenna Patient / Survivor Little Canada, Minnesota Jenna’s Story I have always been healthy. I had never contracted the flu or common cold, or even the stomach issues that some of my friends complained about. Once I realized my symptoms, it was too late. Nov….

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Meet the One Million Strong- Frankie Melendez from Arkansas

Meet Frankie Patient / Survivor North Little Rock, Arkansas Frankie’s Story From Jul. through Aug. 2015 I experienced four main colon cancer symptoms. At the time I did not know that these were symptoms that I needed to look out for. Those symptoms included severe stomach/abdominal…

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