2014 National Challenge

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Help choose the winners by voting for your favorite project. Learn how the 14 Challenge projects are working to increase colorectal cancer screening and awareness in communities across the country. $10,000 in prizes will be awarded.

Colorectal cancer is preventable, yet 136,830 people are expected to be diagnosed with the disease in 2014. The Prevent Cancer Foundation realizes the importance of screening and awareness programs on the local level and created the National Challenge as a way to champion grassroots community projects.

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Do you have questions about increasing colorectal cancer screening in your community?  Do you want to share your colorectal cancer survival story and inspire others to get screened?

Join our community! Vote for the 2014 Challenge Projects, ask questions, exchange ideas and help your community get colorectal cancer screenings.

About the National Challenge

The National Challenge is a project of the Prevent Cancer Foundation that aims to engage participating organizations in an online community supportive of colorectal cancer screening efforts across the country. Projects may range from public awareness and education to screening and patient navigation.  2014 Guidelines and Application

About the Prevent Cancer Foundation

Since 1985, the Foundation has invested more than $134 million in support of cancer prevention research, education, advocacy and community outreach programs nationwide.



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