COVID-19 and Colorectal Cancer Get The Facts
Colorectal cancer is the third most commonly diagnosed cancer in Canada, but it is also one of the most beatable forms when detected early enough. Your lifestyle plays an important role in your risk of developing colorectal cancer. In fact, according to the World Cancer Research Fund International, there is strong evidence that certain lifestyle choices such as being physically active, adopting healthy eating and drinking habits, not smoking and maintaining a healthy body weight can decrease the risk of developing cancer. Let’s work together to help fight colorectal cancer.Learn More
Colorectal Cancer Canada (CCC) is Canada’s patient association dedicated to improving the quality of life for patients, increasing awareness and educating the public about prevention and treatment of Canada’s second most fatal form of cancer for men and third most fatal form of cancer for women.Learn More
We need to educate ourselves and be pro-active as much as possible. We need to eat healthy, exercise moderately and assume a healthy lifestyle in general so that we can try to prevent colorectal cancer.
That day when I reached out to Colorectal Cancer Canada, our life changed, our fight changed and our outcome changed.
We feel truly blessed to have Colorectal Cancer Canada's staff take on the fight to provide patients with the best treatment options available and their tireless efforts to bring new treatment options to patients who might not otherwise have access.
We are dedicated to colorectal cancer awareness and education, support for patients and their caregivers, and advocacy on their behalf. We aspire to reduce the incidence and mortality of colorectal cancer in Canada while improving the quality of life of patients, their families and their caregivers.
Colorectal Cancer Canada hosts various fundraising events throughout the year which aim to increase awareness of key issues as well as to support the goals of the organization. CCC depends on the generosity of its donors and sponsors in order to implement its lifesaving programs.Learn More
The Centre de recherche of the Centre hospitalier universitaire de Sherbro [...]READ MORE
On June 24, 2019, colorectal cancer screening in Ontario is changing to th [...]READ MORE
Today we remember Dr. Henry Lynch, esteemed researcher and father of hered [...]READ MORE
Researchers with the World Health Organization confirm increased rates of [...]READ MORE
Last Thursday and Friday, Morgan Kennedy, CCC’s Never Too Young Program Ma [...]READ MORE
Colorectal Cancer Canada (CCC) is proud to announce the publication of the [...]READ MORE
Today, the Giant Colon Tour stopped at the University of Montreal Hospital [...]READ MORE
Most people do not know that cancer is the number one cause of death among [...]READ MORE