Media Room

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Thank you for visiting our Media Room.

Just a reminder – regardless of your age, if you’re experiencing ANY symptoms or have a family history of colorectal cancer or colorectal polyps then you need to have a COLONOSCOPY! Colorectal cancer can happen to ANYONE at ANY age so don’t be a “bad ass”… GET SCREENED!

Media Contact

Contact Trish Lannon @ trish@colonclub.com:

  • General inquiries
  • Media inquiries
  • Interviews
  • High-res photographs of Colondar models.

 

  • All images are copyright of The Colon Club, however if you’d like to use a photo to spread our cause, please attribute the photo to Mark McCarty.
  • If you are using the photo for online purposes, please provide a link back to the The Colon Club website (http://www.colonclub.com)

Our Mission

The Colon Club connects young adults diagnosed with colorectal cancer so they never have to feel alone. Our mission is to talk “poo” to as many people as possible, specifically young adults, educating about the risk factors, genetic precursors, and symptoms of CRC and to demand a COLONOSCOPY when it is appropriate for THEM!


Colon Club Fact Sheet [pdf]

The Colon Club Logo [jpg]

Signs & Symptoms of Colon Cancer

Colon Cancer Resources & Links

 

 

Press Release Archive

Media Alert: Young colon cancer survivors available for interviews during March’s colon cancer awareness [download PDF]

Colon Club Adds Teen Survivor, Healthcare Marketer to Board [download PDF]

The 2013 Colondar Press Release [pdf]

The 2012 Colondar Press Release [pdf]

The 2011 Colondar Press Release [pdf]

About The Colon Club

The Colon Club, founded in 2003, serves to educate as many people as possible, as early as possible, about colorectal cancer in interesting and out-of-the-box ways. The Colon Club is the creator of The Colondar, an annual calendar featuring young colon cancer survivors. The organization was also the manager of Coco, The Colossal Colon which retired to the Houston Health Mueum, and hosts Colon Talk, a wold renown online message board for young patients who have been diagnosed with CRC, their caregivers, families and friends.