Our Resource Meetups are free online gatherings for people affected by colorectal cancer seeking access to resources and peer-to-peer support.
Our Clinical Trial Finder is a one-stop place to find and learn more about high-impact research studies for CRC patients. The current data are limited to MSS (microsatellite-stable) and stage IV CRC patients.
Our Path to a Cure report is our plan for the future. This plan is not just for Fight CRC, but for everyone who is willing to champion this cause.
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“I was diagnosed on March 27, 2012 at the age of 43. I had undergone a colonoscopy because of some tenesmus and other digestive issues. Although I didn't know the staging at that point, my gastroenterologist identified a 6cm adenocarcinoma on the wall of my rectum. My wife was with me at the time of diagnosis because I needed someone to drive me home from the colonoscopy.”
Advice: “I know most people fear the prep for a colonoscopy more than anything else. I tell people I would prep every day to never hear the words ‘you have cancer' ever again."
Michael is a stage III rectal cancer survivor from Tennessee. He was diagnosed during a diagnostic colonoscopy at 43 years old.
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