Did you miss any of our three fabulous premiere Catching a Killer: Colon Cancer in the Bluegrass? Then boy, do we have news for you! The documentary is currently airing on KET channels throughout Kentucky, and its prime time premiere … Continue reading
We are excited to introduce you to Darla Vibbert, who joined our team in June.
Darla fills a huge gap in the Louisville area, where we saw the need for someone who can link residents directly to various colon cancer screenings and resources. 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
March is Colon Cancer Prevention Month. We are excited to introduce these 3 signs that you can print and hang up on the back of bathroom stalls in your office, church, community center, mall – wherever you go! Continue reading
Project Innovation was launched this week aimed at getting people screened for the No. 2 cancer killer among men and women in Kentucky and Southern Indiana. The Colon Cancer Prevention Project, which is based in Louisville, announced this week that … Continue reading
We spoke with Dr. Erica Sutton, Executive Director of the Surgery on Sunday Louisville program and an employee with the University of Louisville Physician’s Group. The Colon Cancer Prevention Project helps link people who need colonoscopies to this program. Here’s … Continue reading
“A new test for colon cancer may attract people who’ve failed to get screened in the past because they were squeamish about colonoscopies or the prep required for them. Cologuard is an at-home test kit that uses DNA technology to … Continue reading
“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