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In February 2000, President Clinton officially dedicated March as National Colon Cancer Awareness Month. Since then, it has grown to be a rallying point for the colon cancer community where thousands of patients, survivors, caregivers and advocates throughout the country join together to spread colon cancer awareness by wearing blue, holding fundraising and education events, talking to friends and family about screening and so much more.

Why we go blue

  • To honor and remember loved ones

    Far too many people have been in the fight for their life because of colon cancer. Let’s honor their journey and celebrate their strength.

  • To motivate others to get screened

    Colon cancer is highly preventable, but some people are taking the step to get screened. Screening can save your life, so let’s join together and get people checked.

  • To celebrate how far we’ve come

    It wasn’t long ago that Colon Cancer Awareness Month was just a concept. Now it is a nationwide movement and the color blue is taking over!

Get Prepped – Be Ready

  • Get your blue swag

    From shirts, to buttons, to water bottles, to neck ties! We’re your one-stop shop to all things awesome so you can hit the street in style and knock out colon cancer while you’re at it.

  • Know the facts

    Knowing the facts about colon cancer helps you be a beacon of hope for those who have questions. Check out our website and learn more so you can be up to speed!

  • Join Blue Hope Nation

    Meet 5,000+ new friends and check out Blue Hope Nation – our private, closed Facebook group. On Blue Hope Nation you can ask questions, post about your emotions and get your burning questions answered.

Dress In Blue Day

Save the date: March 4, 2016

Annually on the first Friday of March, the entire colon cancer community nationwide unites around the color BLUE! Similar to breast cancer’s pink ribbon, the nationally-recognized blue star represents the eternal memory of the people whose lives have been lost to the disease and the shining hope for a future free of colon cancer. Colon cancer is the third most common cancer in the United States and the second leading cause of cancer death. But it doesn’t have to be this way; through screening, it is one of the most preventable diseases. By our community rising up to knock out colon cancer – we can make a huge impact! Our Dress In Blue Day website will go live January 2016. Check back for updates.

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