Our giant inflatable colon is touring the U.S. yet again this March for Colon Cancer Awareness Month! We’re proud to partner with Bayer Healthcare LLC for the second consecutive year in this nationwide initiative to spread colon cancer awareness in a fun and exciting way. And there’s no better way to spread lifesaving information than with this attention-getter, featuring various stages of disease (normal colon tissue, Crohn’s Disease, polyp, malignant polyp, colon cancer & advanced colon cancer).
"We thank Bayer Healthcare for this opportunity and for the positive difference the colon tour makes in each community - an interactive, fun way to get the word out about colon cancer education and prevention," says Martha Raymond, our Vice President of Programs.
Join us at one of the many stops along the National Colon Cancer Education Tour, sponsored by Bayer Healthcare LLC. The tour continues throughout 2015, so we will update tour stops on a monthly basis. Here’s where we’ll be stopping in the coming months!
March 2015 Tour Stops
March 2 - Bayer Headquarters; Whippany, New Jersey
March 5 - Mayo Cancer Center; Scottsdale, Arizona
March 6 - Karmaos Cancer Institute; Detroit, Michigan
March 13 - Cancer Care Associates; Fresno, CA
March 13-15 - University of Rochester Cancer Center; Rochester, New York
March 14 - Duke University Cancer Center; Durham, North Carolina
March 14 - Mayo Clinic; Rochester, Minnesota
March 19 - Kaiser Permanente; Los Angeles, California
March 20 -Kaiser Permanente; Santa Clara, California
March 22 - Please Touch Museum; Philadelphia, PA
March 24 - Michiana Hematology/Oncology; Michiana, Indiana
March 27-28 - The Queen's Cancer Center; Honolulu, Hawaii
March 28 - Anderson Cancer Center; Houston, Texas
March 28 - University of Miami; Miami, Florida
April 28 - University of Alabama at Birmingham; Birmingham, Alabama
Questions? Contact Margaret Simonetta at email@example.com. Don't forget, you can buy or rent your very own inflatable colon - visit our online store. The Colon Cancer Alliance serves as a source of information about colon health. If you have additional questions about colon cancer screening or are in need of support, please contact our free Helpline at (877) 422-2030. We’re here to help.