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CRC News: March 22, 2022

CRC News: March 22, 2022

Replay Available: 2022 Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month Webcast

Did you miss NCCRT’s annual Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month Webcast on March 8, 2022? Now you can watch the replay! Watch the webcast to learn about national achievements and to hear the latest state of the field updates that inform our work.

Today is Lynch Syndrome Awareness Day

Join numerous NCCRT members and partners in bringing awareness to Lynch syndrome, a syndrome which can greatly increase a person’s risk for colorectal cancer. The lifetime risk of colorectal cancer in people with Lynch Syndrome can range from about 10% to about 80%, depending on which gene mutation is causing the syndrome.


NCCRT member AliveAndKickn is hosting a series of Lynch Syndrome Patient Community Discussions from March through August 2022. Each session will feature a Living with Lynch patient video followed by live discussions around each topic. Learn more on the Living with Lynch website (a collaboration with the Colon Cancer Coalition, another NCCRT member) and register for first the first virtual Patient Community Discussion tonight at 7:00pm ET.

Resource Update: The Dos And Don’ts Of Colorectal Cancer Screening

This newly updated one-page flyer may be used to remind clinicians about some of the dos and don’ts when it comes to colorectal cancer screening. The flyer was updated in March 2022 to reflect the colorectal cancer screening starting age of 45 for average risk patients. Partners have the option to cobrand the flyer with their organization’s logo.


Download this newly updated resource and watch for additional resource updates coming soon!


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