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Getting the Word Out for Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month

March 14, 2023

Getting the Word Out for Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month

In recognition of Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month, FORCE launched a nationwide media campaign in March to spread the word about hereditary colorectal cancer. As part of this effort, our Board President, Wenora Johnson, wrote about her experience as a colorectal cancer survivor with Lynch syndrome and shared how others can safeguard their health.

Written in both English and Spanish, our article has appeared in over 800 publications, including the LA Times, SF Gate, Houston Chronicle, Buffalo News and San Antonio News. We also created a new landing page (in Spanish and English), where readers could learn more about colorectal cancer and its link to Lynch syndrome.

Read the full article at SF Gate.

This campaign was generously sponsored by AstraZeneca.

Posted in: Genetic Testing , Hereditary Cancer - General
Tags: Lynch Syndrome , Colorectal Cancer

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