Tune in to the June webinar to learn about the latest and greatest research presented at The American Society of Clinical Oncology Annual Conference. In this webinar, Dr. Goldberg, Fight CRC Medical Advisory Board Member, will discuss the colorectal cancer highlights from the conference, which will be held…
Whether you’re at a computer or in the city center, there are ways to fight colorectal cancer with us! See below for events where you can find Fight CRC advocates participating or leading the charge!
To list your local event or find what’s happening near you, check out our Event Calendar in our Advocates Facebook group. Additionally, to find a local race, visit our partners at Colon Cancer Coalition who host Get Your Rear in Gear.
Host an Event
Want to host an event with Fight CRC? Get more info and let us know you’re interested!
Fight CRC Events
Whether you’re near or far, these are events you want to make sure not to miss!
Friends of Rose are hosting the 7th Annual Horseshoe tournament. Food, Drinks, Music and Prizes. All proceeds will be donated to Fight CRC. Can’t make it? All donations – 100% – will support Fight CRC.
Learn about the basics of cancer immunotherapy, a highly promising new approach to cancer treatment. Medical experts along with patients who have been treated with immunotherapy will discuss how research and patient participation in clinical trials is helping us get closer to cures for all…
Do you know the benefits of exercise during colorectal cancer treatment and survivorship? In July’s webinar, Dr. Catherine Jankowski, exercise physiologist, breaks down all the reasons why exercise is a key element during the cancer experience.
Climb for a Cure 2018 is Monday, July 16, 2018 at Quandary Peak near Breckenridge, Colorado. This climb provides an opportunity for colorectal cancer survivors, caregivers and advocates to commit to a physical and inspiring challenge in honor of those we have lost and those…
In this month’s webinar, Dr. Kanwal Raghavwill spend the hour diving into the research behind two biomarkers related to colorectal cancer: HER2 and sidedness.