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Prevent Cancer Super Colon Engages and Educates about Cancer Prevention Nationwide

National Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month was a busy one for the Prevent Cancer Super Colon! During eight event days in five different states, 3,000 visitors walked through the exhibit and even more received prevention and early detection information about colorectal cancer. Shoppers at the Monument Mall in Scottsbluff, NE were in for a treat when […]

Prevent Cancer Foundation Super Colon & Breakaway from Cancer Support the Dempsey Challenge

Last month, the Prevent Cancer Foundation participated in the Dempsey Challenge presented by Amgen. The event is a fundraiser for The Patrick Dempsey Center for Cancer Hope & Healing at Central Maine Medical Center in Lewiston, Maine. And while it raises funds for the Dempsey Center to provide services free of charge to patients and […]

Prevent Cancer Super Colon says “YES” to Michigan

After my first fantastic trip to Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, I was so excited to go back for three more Prevent Cancer Super ColonTM stops in the Lower Peninsula! One person I met told me that after the tour, I was going to be well acquainted with Michigan and that Michigan was going to be well […]

Visiting Michigan’s U.P. with the Prevent Cancer Super Colon

“So, Cheryssa, how are things down in DC?” Since I moved down to the city less than a year ago, this is a question I still get asked very often by friends and family. Over the last few months I’ve been able to give them quite an update – “It’s great! I travel with a […]

Colorectal Cancer Screening a Significant Factor in Lowering Incidence & Death Rate

The Prevent Cancer Foundation welcomes the recent Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) report that colorectal cancer incidence and death have significantly decreased due to a greater emphasis on screening. According to the CDC, the rate of new colorectal cancer (CRC) cases fell from 52.3 per 100,000 in 2003 to 45.4 per 100,000 in […]

Atlanta Hosts Prevent Cancer Super Colon

The Prevent Cancer Foundation had the incredible opportunity to exhibit the Prevent Cancer Super ColonTM in Atlanta’s Centennial Olympic Park on June 15th. Centennial Park, in the heart of downtown “Hotlanta”, is a gathering place for so many people to enjoy and celebrate, since it is one of the city’s 1996 Olympic Games’ host legacy […]

Festival de Fiesta Broadway!

When Los Angeles, California shuts down 12 square blocks of downtown you understand why the 22nd annual “Fiesta Broadway” is billed as the largest “Cinco De Mayo” event in the world.  Combined this year with Mother’s Day it drew nearly 500,000 Latinos making it the largest Hispanic event, in the country’s largest Hispanic market! The […]

Mother's Day "Walk Against Cancer"

Brave breezes whipped around the Alviso Marina County Park, on Mother’s Day weekend.  The park is the new venue for the Latinas Contra Cancer major annual fund raising event, “Walk Against Cancer”, that raises awareness in the Latino community around issues of cancer.  The participants walk 3 miles from the Alviso Marina through Alviso for a […]

Prevent Cancer Super Colon® Visits the California Department of Public Health

Marking a milestone in the advancement of public health, the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) commemorated the 10-yr anniversary of the CDPH laboratory in Richmond, California on April 6th by bringing the Prevent Cancer Super Colon® to the campus along with demonstrations of other public health programs. The celebration occurred during National Public Health Week and […]

A Cold Day for the Super Colon in Music City

Nashville is known as the home of country music, Southern hospitality and warm weather. The morning of Saturday, March 26 dawned – and as luck would have it – it was windy and cold. But that didn’t stop the Prevent Cancer Foundation’s Super Colon exhibit at Nashville’s Farmers’ Market. What started out as a slow […]