The Be Seen, Get Screened social wall is a great place to learn the latest news on colon cancer and colon cancer screening, and join in the conversation yourself!
We feature the best posts from Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Pinterest, and Youtube to bring you the buzz on colon cancer.
The best part - if you tag your photos and posts with #BeSeenGetScreeened you could be featured on the social wall too! Join the conversation, join the movement, and let's get the word out about colon cancer to get everyone screened.
Here are a few of our favorite posts from this month -- June 2014. Check out the rest of the buzz on the social wall here!
Fight Colorectal Cancer's National Spokesman: Country Artist Craig Campbell
HUGE news from our friends at Fight Colorectal Cancer. Famed country singer Craig Campbell has come on board as the organizations first national spokesman to help get the word out about colon cancer and colon cancer screening!
Our friends at Colon Cancer Alliance kick off their sponsored Colondar month this July. The Colondar is a yearly calendar produced by The Colon Club designed to show the world that colon cancer CAN happen to people under age 50.
Former Miss New Hampshire USA Gets Screened For Colon Cancer
Former Miss New Hampshire USA LacyJane Folger is ready for her colonoscopy! In her recent instagram post, she tagged #coloncancerawareness and #BeSeenGetScreened.
Words of Wisdom From Cook Endoscopy
The physicians at Cook Endoscopy remind us that having a colonoscopy is certainly easier than having cancer, which is why colon cancer screening is so important. Download our free Doctor Discussion Guide to talk about your screening options.
News From the "Get Your Rear in Gear" Event
Here's a Minnesota news segment on the Get Your Rear in Gear event for colon cancer! Check out our advocacy events page for more country-wide colon cancer awareness events.
Fight Colorectal Cancer and Lt. Governor Rebecca Kleefish Talk Colon Cancer Legislation
Representatives from Fight Colorectal Cancer met with Lt. Governor Rebecca Kleefish, colon cancer survivor, to discuss legislation that could improve treatment for colon cancer patients.
Cleveland Clinic's Call to Action
Retweet and share with loved ones...If you’re older than 30 or have a family history of #coloncancer, you should consider a colonoscopy!— Cleveland Clinic (@ClevelandClinic) July 2, 2014
Here's some great advice from Cleveland Clinic. Learning about colon cancer risk factors, such as age and family history, can save your life!
Check back to the social wall periodcially for colon cancer news and updates. You may even see a post of your own!