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CRC News: March 3, 2022

CRC News: March 3, 2022

Congratulations to the 2022 80% in Every Community National Achievement Award Winners!

The NCCRT has recognized six organizations with the 2022 80% in Every Community National Achievement Award, a prestigious national honor recognizing leadership given in recognition of distinguished, ongoing efforts to increase colorectal cancer screening rates across the United States. This year’s recipients include Pueblo Community Health Center, Pueblo, CO; Hitting Cancer Below the Belt, Richmond, VA; Penn Medicine, Philadelphia, PA; Nebraska Cancer Coalition, Lincoln, NE; Senator Maryellen Goodwin and Representative Mia Ackerman, Providence, RI; and Access to Screening: A Colorectal Cancer Alliance Prevention Initiative, Washington, DC.

View and Share the Press Release

View and share the press release, amplify our posts on social media, and don’t miss our recognition of these distinguished honorees during our annual Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month Webcast on March 8th at 2:00 pm ET! (Learn more below.)

Reminder: Register for our Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month Webcast on March 8th!

Registration is open for NCCRT’s annual National Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month webcast on Tuesday, March 8 from 2-3:00 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.

Many thanks for the great work you do!

The NCCRT Team

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