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Preaching Prevention: The Prevent Cancer Super Colon™ visits Ebenezer A.M.E. Church

Posted by Lisa Berry on May 1st, 2015 | No Comments »
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At the Prevent Cancer Foundation, our vision to Stop Cancer Before It Starts!™ has taken us all over the country from state fairs to Times Square helping people understand what cancer looks like. Last week, it took us to the grounds of Ebenezer A.M.E. Church in Fort Washington, Maryland, where more than 200 people took a stroll through our giant inflatable colon.

Moving, chewing and dancing: Colorectal Cancer Screening Saves Lives National Challenge

Posted by Erica Childs Warner, Director, Evaluation & Outreach on July 7th, 2014 | No Comments »
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There are few grants for a 1.5 person office staff like us; and yet our organization, and those like it, need assistance. Your campaign provides this. Thank you so very much.”  -Prevent Cancer Foundation Challenge winner What do a “Move and Chew” workshop, a firefighter and a dancing Polly Polyp have in common? The answer: the National Challenge, Prevent Cancer’s annual competition to champion colorectal cancer grassroots community projects. Each year, the winners of the Challenge ...

Musician’s struggle with colon cancer inspires a song of thanks.

Posted by Maggie Klee on July 24th, 2013 | 1 Comment »
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I was 53 and decided I should get a colonoscopy. I don't know why, I just felt like I should, being past the age of 50. Due to a series of setbacks, I was 54 by the time I was able to schedule my colonoscopy. I had scheduled a physical for that day too. After the colonoscopy we found a dark spot in my colon, and the doctor decided he wanted to do an MRI. ...

Cancer prevention at the 2013 Cattlemen’s Ball

Posted by Pamela Nwoji, Manager, Community Outreach and Education on June 25th, 2013 | 1 Comment »
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Earlier in June I had the distinct privilege of visiting Sutherland, Nebraska to attend the 2013 Cattlemen’s Ball as part of the Prevent Cancer Foundation’s Nebraska State Fair project. I was greeted in REAL Midwestern style by cattlemen on horses set against the backdrop of the beautiful Sand Hills. The Cattlemen’s Ball is an annual event that brings together Nebraskan farmers, artists, volunteers, organizations and participants from all over the state to raise money for cancer ...