Celebrate a No Evidence of Disease diagnosis with this super shirt featuring NED, the colon cancer superhero! Created by Charlie Awad after learning he had No Evidence of Disease, in partnership with graphic and comic artist Nathan Szerdy, NED is dedicated to all those who have been and will become diagnosed with No Evidence of Disease, and also to all those we have lost to colorectal cancer. Each t-shirt purchase includes a donation to the Colon Cancer Alliance to help fund our Blue Hope Financial Assistance program!

Become a NED super supporter today!


Jane Caricofe started the Blue Everyday campaign to promote colon cancer awareness. Blue Everyday’s shirts, designed by a F.A.P. survivor, encourage screening, specifically the “Get Scoped!” line. “Get Scoped” shirts are available in a variety of t-shirt and sweatshirt styles. All proceeds will go to the Colon Cancer Alliance’s Blue Hope Financial Assistance.

To purchase items please contact Jane Caricofe at blueeveryday@live.com


Personalize any inspirational t-shirt with a blue tag and Threads for Hope will donate 10% of the sale of each tee to the Colon Cancer Alliance. Siblings Sara DeNio and Garrett Ryan launched Threads for Hope in honor of their father, a colon cancer survivor who lost his battle with melanoma in 2011, and their mother who has suffered with a brain tumor since 1998. Furthering their commitment to giving back, Threads for Hope supports not-for-profit organizations working to find cures and supporting those struggling with the daily ups and downs.

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