CTCCCP March Colorectal Cancer Social Media Awareness Event and Talking Circle

From California Tribal Comprehensive Cancer Control Program:

March is colorectal cancer awareness month.  Colorectal cancer is the second leading cause of cancer death among American Indians and Alaska Natives.  This year the California Rural Indian Health Board and the California Tribal Comprehensive Cancer Control Program Coalition will have a social media competition during March to see which organization can raise the most awareness for colorectal cancer.

Join in on raising awareness of the importance of colorectal cancer screening and win a prize for you and your organization.  The winning team will be announced on April 5, 2021.  Learn more here.

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