You become a cancer survivor the day you’re diagnosed. Living with cancer means you take control of your health. While life may never be the same, there’s a “new normal” that awaits you. Sometimes the topics that come up may seem “taboo,” but it’s important to know the issues you face are normal, and there’s help available.

Free Webinars

Each month medical experts lead our webinars to offer insights about a variety of topics within colorectal cancer. We’ve covered topics like oral chemotherapy, diet and nutrition, side effects from chemotherapy, family history, palliative care, psychosocial health and more. Register to attend an upcoming webinar. Past webinars are archived and available in our resource library.

Taboo Topics

Sexual intimacy. Medical marijuana. Coping with the disease and addressing how you feel. Those are all common topics those fighting colorectal cancer may face. To hear expert advice and see how other survivors face these common issues, listen in to our podcasts.

Diet and Nutrition Tips 

Diet and nutrition is one of the most commonly discussed topics amongst those living with colorectal cancer. There are guides and recommendations for those post-colorectal cancer surgery as well as survivors who are “No Evidence of Disease,” or NED.

Learn About Diet and Nutrition 


Cancer doesn’t just impact the survivor, everyone’s life changes when a someone is diagnosed. Caregivers need support and healthy living tips, too, in order to live with colorectal cancer.

Learn About Caregiving Resources

Beyond Blue

If you’re facing colorectal cancer you’re not alone. Meet other patients and caregivers, loved ones and friends who’ve also been touched by the disease. Beyond Blue is our bi-annual magazine for those living with colorectal cancer.

 Read Beyond Blue