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Colorectal cancer screening in 2015: Achievements to date & hurdles ahead

Fair Haven Targets Colon Cancer

Pilot Program Aims to Improve Colorectal Cancer Screening Rates, Access to Specialty Care in Community Health Centers

Prevent Cancer Foundation – 2014 Colorectal Cancer Screening Saving Lives National Challenge Winners

2014 Blue Star Challegne – Extended Deadline May 30th


Chris4Life’s Screening for colon cancer video on CNN

Can we get to 80% screening for colon cancer?

Colonoscopy Screening After the Affordable Care Act: Cost Barriers Persist for Medicare Beneficiaries on the colonoscopy copay issue

Gov. Beshear’s budget includes funding for life-saving colon cancer program

Kentucky Colon Cancer Screening Program

I Miss My Mother’s Voice

NCCRT Evaluation Toolkit – REVISED

NCCRT Unified Strategy

Call for Nominations: 2013 Laurels Awards

Passing of Kate Murphy

Coverage of Colonoscopies Under the Affordable Care Act’s Prevention Benefit

Chris4Life Colorectal Cancer Resource Guide

CCCF President and Founder Thomas K. Weber and 2012 Challenge Participant and Survivor Frank Garritano

Giving Patients Choices in Colon Cancer Screening

What’s Up Your Butt Campaign?

Wealthy Pick: Colonoscopy Over At-Home Cancer Test

SC House Approves Cancer Screening, Treatment Bill

Removing Barriers to Colorectal Cancer Screening

Release of IOM Report

2012 National Challenge – Prevent Cancer Foundation

Blue Star Challenge

Removing Barriers to Colorectal Cancer Screening Act of 2012

Counterfeit Avastin (bevacizumab) distributed in US

Given Imaging is making Family PLZ! posters and palm cards

CRC New: Petition to Turn the White House Blue

Colon Cancer Alliance announces new Community Health Partnership Grant Program

2012 Dialogue for Action and Free Evaluation Training Session

Ky. Governor’s Budget Includes Colon Cancer Screening Funds

New ACS Nutrition and Physical Activity Guidelines

Family PLZ! campaign materials are now available!

Roundtable Recognizes Blue Star Challenge Award Winners

NCCRT Organizational Reports due Oct. 21, 2011

Family PLZ campaign…coming soon

CDC Vital Signs: Colorectal Cancer: Second Most Deadly Cancer Can Be Stopped Before It Starts

NCCRT Member Dr. Michael Potter publishes article on Flu-FIT program

CDC Vital Signs: Colorectal Cancer: Second Most Deadly Cancer Can Be Stopped Before It Starts

Cancer Facts & Figures and Cancer Statistics 2011 Now Available

Timothy Jon Nelson Sr

Jo Jo: Your Colon and You Wins

Colon Cancer Survivor begins 4,000 mile trek by bicycle

Geography may influence colon cancer screening rates

The Incidence and Cost of Unexpected Hospital Use…

Resource Use Last 6 Months Life Among Medicare Beneficiaries

Take the Colonoscopy Perceptions Survey and Win $25