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Colonoscopy Prep, Chocolate Bars, and Strawberry Smoothies -   It’s one of the most laughed about and complained about steps of the colonoscopy process: prep night. While it’s nobody favorite step, it’s a necessary, critical step to clear the rectum and colon before the procedure. A bad bowel…  Read More
It’s one of the most laughed about and complained about steps of the colonoscopy process: prep night. About 40% of people who should have a colonoscopy, don’t…because of the prep!
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Event Recap :: Research Advocacy Training Wisconsin - When I first joined the Fight CRC team in the summer of 2015, I was excited to jump in. I love to evaluate programs and learn about the needs of patients. I got my master’s degree in public health because…  Read More
Fight CRC research advocates RATS) visited the University of Wisconsin Carbone Cancer Center in Madison, WI. It’s safe to say that advocates, Fight CRC staff, UW faculty, researchers and students all are inspired and motivated after the event.
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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…  Read More
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Don't Tell Me How The F*$% To Feel - Fight CRC interviews Jana Bolduan Lomax, PsyD, Director of Cancer Support Services at Saint Joseph Hospital in Colorado. Colorectal cancer patients and survivors often hear comments like: “stay positive,” “well, you look good,” and “don’t worry, everything will be fine.” While well intentioned, these comments may cause uncertainty about how to share one’s true feelings. As Jana eloquently states in this episode: it’s OK to feel bad, it’s OK to feel scare...
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WHAT THE HECK IS A DPD DEFICIENCY? - Stage IV survivor and advocate Kathy Oliver enjoys living in beautiful Huntington Beach, California. She was diagnosed with colon cancer in 2012 and is surviving and thriving in spite of her disease. Her motto is “knowledge is power” and her…  Read More
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Colorectal Cancer Research Academy Heads to Wisconsin - For Immediate Release Fight Colorectal Cancer hosts training for patients and caregivers engaged in the research advocacy training and support program. SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – (October 10, 2016) — Fight Colorectal Cancer (Fight CRC) and the University of Wisconsin Carbone Cancer…  Read More
Fight Colorectal Cancer hosts training for patients and caregivers engaged in the research advocacy training and support program.
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Keeping it Brief: Affordable Care Act - With news of insurers dropping out of the marketplace and premiums increasing, you may be wondering if the Affordable Care Act (ACA) is really going to be “affordable” when open enrollment begins this year. As the 2016 campaign nears its…  Read More
If you’re a patient on an ACA plan, arm yourself with information about what plans are available to you and which one makes the most sense for you and your household.
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Unknown: What to do When You're Missing Pieces of Your Family's Health History
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Unknown: What to do When You're Missing Pieces of Your Family's Health History by Taboo-ty: CRC Podcast
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An Office Manager With Heart - Jerri Lyn Mooney began working with Fight Colorectal Cancer seven years ago in May 2009. Over the past several years she’s helped build the organization and execute many behind-the-scenes operations. Advocates love her for her kindness and helpfulness. She’s a…  Read More
Jerri Lyn Mooney began working with Fight Colorectal Cancer seven years ago in May 2009. Over the past several years she's helped build the organization and execute many behind-the-scenes operations.
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Don’t tell me how to $%^&* FEEL - FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Fight Colorectal Cancer launches podcast to offer insights and tips for supporting colorectal cancer patients SPRINGFIELD, MO. (Oct. 17, 2015) — Sometimes, everything is not going to be “OK.” In the Oct. 2016 Taboo-ty podcast, Fight Colorectal…  Read More
Fight Colorectal Cancer launches podcast to offer insights and tips for supporting colorectal cancer patients
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Meet CRC Researcher Susan Payne - A photo posted by Susan (@payneator8) on Apr 17, 2016 at 3:04pm PDT Hey ya’ll! My name is Susan Payne and I work in Dr. Dusty Deming’s colon and pancreatic cancer research lab at the University of Wisconsin. This research is…  Read More
Meet Susan Payne who works in Dr. Dusty Deming's colon and pancreatic cancer research lab at the University of Wisconsin.
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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…  Read More
Why advocate Ben Cox puts the Fight CRC logo on all of his iRacing cars.
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Fight Colorectal Cancer is a leading colorectal cancer advocacy organization.
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Fight Colorectal Cancer is empowering survivors to raise their voices, training advocates around the country, and educating lawmakers in pushing them for better policies to fight Colorectal Cancer.  

You can help by being an advocate and take action - also anything you give is much appreciated.
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