In Honor Of

Anyone who has been touched by colon cancer knows the importance of a strong support system. As we continue the fight to eliminate this disease all together, join us in recognizing those we've lost, and those who have helped, along the way.

Karen - Plymouth


from Plymouth , MA

I was advised to get my first colonoscopy at the age of 31 since that was 1/2 the age of my father when he was diagnosed.  I’ve had three so far and they’ve all been clear.  My father fought for two years but ultimately lost his battle and died at the age of 65. Not a day goes by that I don’t think of him and how maybe his cancer could’ve been prevented.  My children never got the chance to know him and that breaks my heart.  The prep for a colonoscopy is harder...

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Nicole - Washington


from Washington, DC

Today I had my first colonoscopy. Although I just turned 30 I had it done because I lost my mother to stage 4 colon cancer when she was 46. The peace of mind I now have is indescribable. Everything went great and I won’t need to have another for 10 years.  I hope that if you are able to have this procedure that you don’t take that chance for granted.  I’m truly happy that I took this step and grateful for the news!

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Staci - Charlotte


from Charlotte, NC

Nate was diagnosed with Stage 4 colon cancer at the age of 21. Over his 2.5 year battle, he fought to raise awareness and started his own foundation, Relentless Against Cancer, to raise money in the hopes of helping others fighting cancer with the dream of one day living in a cancer free world.

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Shaun - Hampshire


from Hampshire, IL

My cousin was 34 when she went to the doc for pain & blood in her stool. He treated her for IBS for a year before finally having a colonoscopy done. Sure enough, she had stage 4 colon cancer. She fought for 3 years before the cancer completely took over. She died right before her 38th birthday.Every needs to know this is NOT an old persons disease! Know the signs & family history! If caught early enough, colon cancer is 100% treatable!

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Tammie - Metairie


from Metairie, LA

My husband’s Colon cancer battle


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