Rating: 5 stars 1 1 review 367
17 Peachtree Lane Wilton NY 12831 USA
To raise awareness of colorectal cancer and its prevention
Education and awareness - the organization distributes educational material and speaks at various functions regarding colorectal cancer and its prevention.
colossal colon - the organization coordinates the travel schedule for colossal colon, a 40-foot long, crawl-through model of the human colon which features colon tissue as well as various colon diseases and stages of colorectal cancer.
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This organization fills a unique niche in the cancer support and education field. The risk of being diagnosed with colorectal cancer under the age of 50 is increasing. This organization has unique educational efforts geared to a younger audience that are effective at getting the message out about symptoms and screening. Additionally, it is difficult to find peers in local support groups who are simultaneously raising young children and being treated for colorectal cancer. The support forum provided by The Colon Club is a very active forum that provides outstanding support for a young (under 50 (typical range 25-50)) person being treated for colorectal cancer. Other forums tend to have participants that are much older and in many cases don't have the same support needs. I am also a professional in the field of nonprofit organizations and while there are many charitable organizations that overlap in their efforts and goals, this organization does not - it fills a unique niche.
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