“Pharmacists are an integral part of the healthcare delivery system in prevention, public health issues, and the dispensing of life-saving medications,” said Ben Mudd, Executive Director of the Kentucky Pharmacists Association. “Adding assessment of and screening for colorectal cancer (CRC) … Continue reading
This has been such an exciting year for the Project. None of our work would be possible without your support. Please consider the Project when finishing up your year end giving. Every dollar makes a difference!
In the Spring of 2013, Lana was experiencing stomach pain, bloating, and cramping. She dismissed those symptoms initially, and just happened to mention them to her primary care doctor during an unrelated visit. Because of her family history of colon cancer … Continue reading
Left: Carly walks hand-in-hand with her boyfriend in the 2021 Kicking Butt 5K. My name is Carly, and I was diagnosed in June of 2019 at 24. Before that I had been experiencing pretty typical symptoms: weight loss, blood in … Continue reading
Thank you to everyone who donated to the Project on Giving Tuesday on November 30th! Together we raised $675! All Giving Tuesday donations will go to printing and distributing updated screening and prevention flyers, posters, and pamphlets to providers across … Continue reading
The Project was thrilled to host the Southeastern Colorectal Cancer Consortium this year! While we were disappointed we couldn’t host it in-person in Kentucky, we loved connecting with the 250+ attendees across our region by hosting the conference virtually. Watch … Continue reading
On Sunday, June 27th, Golf Pro Eric Gilliland will play 100 holes of golf to raise money and awareness for colon cancer prevention! This will be Eric’s 9th time leading this fundraising event since his own personal battle with colon … Continue reading
Going to the doctor’s office is already intimidating. Then when you add the element of something as serious as discussions about family health history and cancer, suddenly a simple conversation with your doctor can become pretty nerve-wracking! What if you … Continue reading