ACG President’s Blog: Lynch Syndrome Awareness Day

Dr. Carol A. Burke Lynch Syndrome Awareness Day Today, March 22nd, is Lynch Syndrome Awareness Day! Up to about 1 million Americans are estimated to live with Lynch Syndrome (LS), and it is believed that 500,000 LS carriers have no idea they ...

ACG Members Join Fight Colorectal Cancer in Washington D.C.

This week, ACG members Jordan Karlitz, MD, FACG and March Seabrook, MD, FACG joined Fight Colorectal Cancer, a patient advocacy organization, to raise awareness for colorectal cancer screening and National Colorectal Cancer Awareness month.  ...

Video of the Week: John M. Carethers, MD, FACG, on Stool Testing for Colorectal Neoplasia – What Is Its Role?

Explore the ACG Education Universe with Weekly Picks by Co-Editors The ACG Education Universe is a robust online educational library featuring video presentations from ACG’s national and regional meetings. To help guide you through the wealth ...

March is Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month

Dr. Carol A. Burke March is Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month How You Can Get Involved March 1, 2017 – Every March brings Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month, which serves as an excellent reminder for ACG members to spread the message of ...

ACG Update on Colorectal Cancer Screening Legislation: ACA Impacting State Law and Needs to Change

Neil H. Stollman, MD, FACGACG Governor for Northern California As ACG has updated you in the past, ACG is working with the GI societies and local advocacy groups to pass a California law prohibiting cost-sharing for a screening colonoscopy turning ...

Perspective: Dr. Renee Williams on CRC Disparities among African-Americans

Addressing Patient and Physician Factors Contributing to Colorectal Cancer Disparities among African-Americans by Renee L. Williams, MD New York University School of Medicine Dr. Williams is a Member of the ACG Committee on Minority Affairs ...