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Beers 4 Rears FUNdraiser

Colon cancer is the 3rd most commonly diagnosed cancer in the U.S., yet most people don’t talk about it. Colon cancer is preventable by getting routine colonoscopy screenings.While rates for colon cancer in adults 50 and older have been declining due to routine screening recommendations, incidence rates in adults younger than 50 has been increasing. 7 in 10 people diagnosed with colon cancer had no symptoms.

Colorado Colon & Rectal Specialists is proud to announce that we are organizing a fundraiser called Beers 4 Rears to promote Colon Cancer Awareness which will help fund local uninsured/under insured colon cancer screenings, and programs for patients undergoing colon/rectal/anal cancer treatments.  All proceeds from the event will be donated to the Colon Cancer Alliance. Please join us for a fun evening of mingling at Dry Dock Brewing Company in Aurora, CO on Thursday June 4, 2015 from 5-8pm! If you need more information, please contact our office at (303) 840-8822.

For more information on the Colon Cancer Alliance, please visit their website at www.ccalliance.org 

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