Tag Archives: Colorectal Cancer

Celebrate Women’s Health Week With A Free Cancer Screening!

Date of Release: May 11, 2012                          For Further Information Please Call:                                                                                                 Emily Young, Public Health Educator                                                                                                 435-3280 Celebrate Women’s Health Week With A Free Cancer Screening! The week of May 13th– 19th is National Women’s Health Week. National Women’s Health Week is a weeklong health observance coordinated by the U.S. Department of Health and Human… Read more >

Downtown Syracuse Goes Blue for Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month

Date of Release: February 29, 2012                       For Further Information Please Call:                                                                                                 Jenny Dickinson, Coordinator                                                                                                 435-3280 Downtown Syracuse Goes Blue for Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month Starting March 1, Downtown Syracuse landmarks will be lighting up blue as part of the Main Streets Go Blue campaign to recognize Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month. Main Streets Go Blue is… Read more >

Free Colorectal Cancer Screening Available

Date of Release: July5, 2011                             For Further Information Please Call:                                                                                                 Emily Young                                                                                                 Public Health Educator                                                                                                 435-3280 Free Colorectal Cancer Screening Available   The Onondaga County Cancer Services Program Partnership would like to remind uninsured men over the age of 50 that free at-home colorectal cancer screening kits are available by calling 435-3653. Colorectal cancer occurs most… Read more >