We are thrilled to recognize Janie Kasse, one of our volunteers who is #kickingbutt in many ways! Janie has been involved in so much of the work we do, and we are very grateful! Learn more about Janie here, including one interesting fact about her that most people don’t know! Continue reading
Why do smiling poop emoji’s exist?
Comedian Dane Cook said it’s a favorite of women everywhere: “Coffee cup coffee cup equals poop poop!”
But really, I think it exists solely for my sister who one day each year gets the opportunity to channel her junior high self and giggle as she fills my cell with line after line of them. Colonoscopy prep day. Continue reading
“My story begins in December, when I started having abdominal pains, which was my one and only symptom.
They first appeared after a long night of “celebration.” I thought it was just part of a hangover, and I remember thinking to myself, “I’m getting old because my hangovers are getting worse!” Continue reading
“In August of 2005, on her 36th birthday, my Aunt Lisa Mason was diagnosed with colon cancer. Because she was so young no one even thought of colon cancer as a possibility and with no history in our family it … Continue reading
“I am 32 years old and was diagnosed in April 2013 with Stage 2 colon cancer. I was given the typical story that it could be scar tissue from two previous surgeries. After four months of back and forth to … Continue reading
“February 13th is my survivor anniversary. I was diagnosed with stage III rectal cancer in February 2007, at age 34. I’d experienced heavy rectal bleeding for the better part of three years, and have the typical story – I was told I had hemorrhoids, … Continue reading
“I participate in the Colon Cancer 5K due to my personal fight against Colon Cancer. “On December 1, 2010: I went in for a routine colonoscopy after several symptoms that I had had for almost 2 years that I could … Continue reading