Colon cancer is the 2nd leading cause of cancer deaths in the US — but it doesn't have to stay this way. Make a difference and help raise awareness for colon cancer by participating Dress in Blue Day onFriday, March 4th, 2011. Celebrating Dress in Blue Day is easy and could save a life! Go to www.dressinblueday.com and check out the resources and ideas that make it easy for you to participate.
Employment and Cancer Webinar Tuesday, December 14, 2010 Take Control of Your Cancer and Your Life! A cancer diagnosis doesn't always mean that your work life comes to an end, but it may mean you will need to make some adjustments. This internet and telephone-based program will discuss a variety of employment and cancer related issues.
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