Global Colon Cancer Survivor Day
Global Colon Cancer Survivor Day pays tribute to colorectal cancer survivors worldwide and honors those who have passed from this disease. By creating a day to honor and celebrate the lives of all colorectal cancer survivors, our hope is that each survivor’s story of courage will help inspire those patients currently fighting this disease to know they are not alone.
We welcome your participation in Global Colon Cancer Survivor Day. Share your story and photos, let us know how you will celebrate, share your hopes for the future, or honor a loved one who passed from colon cancer by sharing special memories.
Just as we dedicate our outreach efforts in loving memory of Margaret and Patrick Raymond, we all know someone who has been affected by this disease. Colon Cancer Survivors are not just statistics - they are our mothers and fathers; sisters and brothers; husbands and wives; and sons and daughters, and as we mark Global Colon Cancer Survivor Day we pay tribute and celebrate the lives of these truly remarkable individuals.
Thank you for sharing your insights as part of our Global Colon Cancer Survivor Day forum. Your experiences are important, and will help us improve programming & education efforts for all those affected by this disease. For purposes of this survey - survivorship is determined as a patient living with, through and beyond cancer. All survey responses are completely anonymous.
SUNY Upstate Cancer Center
750 East Adams Street
Syracuse, New York
Empire State Plaza
279 Madison Avenue
Albany, New York
SUNY Downstate Medical Center
450 Clarkson Avenue
Brooklyn, New York
If you are unable to attend one of our events in person, please visit our Facebook page to connect with colon cancer survivors from across the United States, Canada and Europe.
For further information, please contact Martha Raymond: MRaymond@theraymondfoundation.org