Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month
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Reach your Representatives
Below you can access Web sites that direct you to a list of elected officials for your local congressman and both your Senate and House representatives. You can contact them by e-mail, phone, fax or mail. You can also search by Number or Keyword for a particular bill or print mailing labels directly from this site.
Find your Congressman
The United States Senate
The U.S. House of Representatives
CapWiz e-Advocacy tool offers access to current legislative updates, Action Alerts and other resources. Access to this tool is through a partnership with ASGE.
THOMAS offers online legislative, congressional, committee and agency updates, activities and information.
Our Partner Organizations
The DDNC is an advocacy organization comprised of the major national voluntary and professional societies concerned with digestive diseases. The DDNC focuses on improving public policy related to digestive diseases and increasing public awareness with respect to the many diseases of the digestive system. The DDNC was founded in 1978 and is based in Washington DC. They work cooperatively to improve access to and the quality of digestive healthcare in order to promote the best possible medical outcome, and quality of life for current and future patients with digestive diseases.
Learn more at www.ddnc.org.
The NCCRT is a national coalition committed to reducing colorectal cancer incidence and mortality through coordinated leadership, strategic planning and advocacy.
Learn more at www.nccrt.org.
Prevent Colorectal cancer offers various links to other Web sites dedicated to the dissemination of information for patients and professionals regarding colorectal cancer.
Learn more at www.preventcancer.org.
To effectively fight this disease, ECAN is bringing together a community of individuals and groups who are concerned about the rapid increase in Esophageal Cancer cases and want to support the campaign for public awareness and the creation of more effective tools to detect and treat the disease.
Lear more at www.ecan.org.
PANCAN offers various information on pancreative cancer for patients and professionals.
Learn more at www.pancan.org.
Find Additional Resources from these Groups
The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC): contains a variety of information on topics relating to gastroenterology, endoscopy, hepatitis, colon cancer, as well as information in Spanish and English.
The National Institutes of Health (NIH): offers links to databases, research studies, drug information and the National Library of Medicine. Find out Regulatory Guidance and Legislation, as well as newly approved FDA drugs through their Center for Drug Evaluation and Research section.
The American Nurses Association (ANA): offers various information including the "Nursing's Agenda for the Future," which addresses the growing shortage of nurses.