Actor/comedian Reginald Ballard reveals how the scourge of cancer has affected him personally, and urges readers to…get checked.
Dr. Ray Hohl, director of Penn State Hershey Cancer Institute, expounds on the idea that no one factor is known to cause cancer without a doubt, and gives advice on how to best avoid factors that may cause cancer.
If you are participating in our event in memory of a loved one, you can purchase a sign similar to the one pictured above, which were used by our vendors at last year’s event.
At the upcoming Break of Day Walk to Defeat Colon Cancer on March 7th, we will award trophies to the team with the most participants, and the individual who wears the most creative outfit.
You can be a part of this wonderful event. If you have ever wondered how you can make a difference, then please join us in our efforts to support the Crusaders for Colon Cancer, Inc. on March 7, 2015 at Sylvester Turner Park.
On Sunday, August 24 at 10AM, Crusaders for Colon Cancer board member Valerie Gardner-Smith will be interviewed on KMJQ radio’s “Sunday Morning Live” show.
The Colonoscopy Helper, a smartphone app that facilitates the bowel preparation process for colonoscopy examination, is now more widely available.
This public service announcement from the CDC addresses common excuses and misconceptions that lead people to delay or avoid getting screened for colorectal cancer.
A few days before our Break of Day 5K Walk event, Crusaders for Colon Cancer and supporters were guests of the Great Day Houston morning show on KHOU TV.
Colon cancer rates have fallen by 30% over the past decade in people over age 50, and colonoscopies are getting much of the credit, according to a report released Monday