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Dress in Blue Day for Colon Cancer Awareness

Friday March 6, 2015 was national Dress in Blue Day to promote colon cancer awareness. This event is held for one day every March in support of this important cause. Our office celebrates for a future free of colon cancer as well as in support of our patients. We went all out in our blue gear. Also, keep in mind that March is colon cancer awareness month. If you are age 50 or older or have other risk factors, make sure you take care of yourself and get screened! It could save your life. For more information regarding Dress in Blue Day and how you can participate, please visit: Dress in Blue Day- Colon Cancer Alliance

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