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3 Ways to Engage in Advocacy from Home

Call-on Congress sold out for the very first time this year! While we’re excited to reach this milestone, we don’t want you to be discouraged if you can’t attend. We’ve made sure you still have plenty of ways to engage and take action. Your voice…

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Recommendations for the Trump Administration

It’s no secret the cancer community has concerns regarding the future of healthcare policies in America, specifically the Affordable Care Act repeal and replace plan. Many advocates have reached out to us and passionately shared their fears. We’re listening and we’re acting! On January 20, Fight…

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Fight CRC Advocacy Leaders Speak Out

With a new president and Congress taking office this year, Fight Colorectal Cancer’s commitment to give those affected by colorectal cancer a voice on the Hill is stronger than ever. That commitment will be heavily supported by the members of Fight CRC’s Congressional Advisory Committee…

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Junior advocates find their voice

by Maria Williams, co-chair of the Grassroots Action Committee and visionary behind the junior advocates program at Call-on Congress. Who would have thought kids ages 6 – 16 would want to take on Capitol Hill? Well, this is exactly what a dozen young junior advocates,…

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Fight CRC Launches 4th Annual State Proclamation Campaign

Fight Colorectal Cancer (Fight CRC) has launched the 2017 Blue Star States campaign that’s requesting proclamations from all 50 states to recognize March as Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month. The nonprofit will work with actively engaged grassroots advocates around the country to get nationwide attention for…

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An Unforeseen Passion

  Chris Ganser is a stage IV colon cancer survivor diagnosed at age 34. He is featured in Colondar 2.0 by The Colon Club and is a Fight CRC advocate. He’s been involved in advocacy on the Hill, research advocacy and most recently, he joined…

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Keeping it Brief: Affordable Care Act

UPDATE – JANUARY 2017: There is a lot of uncertainty regarding the future of the Affordable Care Act (ACA). Although Congress is currently working on a replacement plan, you can still secure healthcare coverage through the Marketplace. The deadline to enroll is January 31, 2017. If…

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Campaign for Cures: Vote for Medical Progress!

Research is critical to the advancement of medical progress. Research provides hope to patients. Campaign For Cures: Vote for Medical Progress!, a national voter education initiative launched by Research!America, is urging candidates running for national office to share their views and commit to making faster…

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iRacing for Colorectal Cancer Awareness

Ben Cox joined us on the Hill for his first time three years ago as an advocate. He advocates alongside his mother Susan and brother Andrew on behalf of his late father, Randy Cox. Ben’s advocacy is seen both on and off the Hill. Check…

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Advocate Spotlight: Suzanne Lindley

Suzanne Lindley has lived with metastatic colorectal cancer since 1998. She founded YES! Beat Liver Tumors (an organization for individuals living with metastatic liver tumors) and advocates for Fight Colorectal Cancer. From Humble Beginnings I knew nothing about advocacy before meeting Dusty Weaver and Jim Wetekam just over…

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