Survivor Scoop – October 2015 edition
Read the first-ever edition of the Survivor Scoop newsletter here! It is a monthly e-mail newsletter that will be sent to all survivors; please share your feedback or ideas for future content, and watch for new features to come beginning in the November edition! Continue reading
Announcing the first recipient of our new Project Innovation grant program!
Read about the first recipient of the Project Innovation grant – and how the team behind the funded project is working to save lives in Knox County, Ky. here! Continue reading
Our September Volunteer of the Month is #KickingButt!
Learn more about our September Volunteer of the Month, Jessica Poynter! Jessica kicks butt in so many ways, and we are so thankful for her! Learn more about Jessica here, including what her guilty pleasure is! Continue reading
A record-breaking Kicking Butt 5K
What an amazing day!
Our 10th Annual Kicking Butt 5K at Iroquois Park on Aug. 22, 2015 was a record-breaking blast, with more than 1,500 people and nearly $100,00 raised! Continue reading
My story: “You are cancer free!”
It was a mild breezy spring day in 2013. I had just hit a tee shot down the left hand side of #1, which made a fortunate bounce into the fairway, leaving me a short iron from the green. The … Continue reading
My story: I was diagnosed at age 43
“I was diagnosed with Stage III Colon Cancer on June 10, 2013 at the age of 43. This day changed my life forever. I didn’t have any symptoms. I went to the doctor on June 5, 2013. My sister, Sara, … Continue reading
‘My life at that very moment changed’
“My name is Kristi and I am a Stage IIIB Colorectal Cancer survivor. I am 47 years old, married and have one, beautiful 22 year old daughter. Born and raised, and still a resident of Chattanooga, TN, I was blessed … Continue reading
Susan’s Story: Screening Works
“I live in NJ. I have been blessed with having good insurance and doctors who supported my desire to get a colonoscopy before the recommended age 50. I wanted this done even though I have no verified family history (a … Continue reading
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