“Screening only works, if it gets done.”
The Colorectal Cancer Continuum
5th Annual Early Age Onset Colorectal Cancer Summit – May 2-3, 2019
Are you or your colleagues actively working to prevent colon cancer? If so, we hope you’ll consider attending the 5th Annual Early Age Onset Colorectal Cancer (EAO-CRC) Summit in May of this year. This event will bring together leading clinicians, … Continue reading
SB30 Press Release
The Colon Cancer Prevention Project’s work receives important boost from new legislation requiring Kentucky health benefit plans to cover genetic testing for those with cancer risk, as recommended by health care providers. LOUISVILLE, KY March 20, 2019- Senate Bill … Continue reading
Your Call Will Save Lives
Fellow Kentuckians, We need your help now more than ever! Did you know that Kentucky has the highest incidence of colorectal cancer and early age onset colorectal cancer in the nation? Thanks to the efforts of many — including State … Continue reading
INFOGRAPHIC: Prevent Colon Cancer Throughout Your Life
We’re so excited to share with you our roadmap to prevention! What do you think? To download the poster, click here: Continuum for Colon Cancer Prevention (For partnership inquiries or for information regarding how you might use this infographic in … Continue reading
Genetic Counselor Licensure Coming to Kentucky!
We’re beyond thrilled that Govern Bevin has signed KY SB146 into law. This legislation provides for the licensure of Genetic Counselors in the state of Kentucky. Genetic counselors are specialized health care providers who are specifically trained to help families … Continue reading
Passage of Smoking Cessation Bill supports Colon Cancer Prevention Project’s Mission
The Colon Cancer Prevention Project is thrilled by the announcement of the passage of Kentucky Senate Bill 89, an act relating to insurance coverage for tobacco cessation treatment. This bill will make medication and the services designed to help smokers … Continue reading
1-minute Advocacy to Save Senior Lives!
In 2017, it is estimated that 135,000 new colorectal cancer cases will be diagnosed and that more than 50,000 people will die of the same condition. As we all know, colorectal cancer is incredibly preventable. It’s so preventable that we’ve … Continue reading
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