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CRC News: March 16, 2021

CRC News: March 16, 2021

Dear NCCRT Members & 80% Partners:

We are excited to share with you several updates for the third week of March, National Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month!

Registration Open: Colorectal Cancer Screening & COVID-19 Update Webinar

Join us for NCCRT’s next webinar on Thursday, April 15 from 2:00-3:00 PM ET, in which we will reconvene the authors of NCCRT’s (released June 2020) for how NCCRT members, 80% pledged partners, and colorectal cancer screening advocates across the nation can work together to reignite our screening efforts appropriately, safely, and equally for all communities. The NCCRT hosted a . This webinar will bring the group back together to discuss what progress we’ve made and what challenges remain for colorectal cancer screening in 2021.

The webcast is free and is open to NCCRT members, 80% Pledge partners, CDC grantees, ACS and ACS CAN staff, and other partners working to increase colorectal cancer screening rates. Pre-registration is required.

Last Call: Register for our Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month Webcast Today at 3 PM ET!

It’s not too late to register for our annual Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month webcast today, March 16, at 3:00 PM ET. We hope you will join us to celebrate national achievements and to hear the latest state of the field updates that inform our work.

Prevent Cancer Foundation Call for Grant Applications

The Prevent Cancer Foundation’s community grants program funds vital community-level projects in cancer prevention and early detection across the United States. Awards are for one-year, $25,000 grants.

Application Deadline: April 21, 2021. .


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