After being diagnosed with colorectal cancer in 1995, Barry Stein devoted his career to supporting future patients by forming what is now Colorectal Cancer Canada.  Colorectal cancer can be prevented through screening to identify and remove polyps before they become cancerous1. Increased awareness and education –...

When Barry Stein was 40 years old, doctors diagnosed him with colorectal cancer that had metastasized to his liver and subsequently to his lungs. He was told he should get his affairs in order, as he had a 15 per cent chance of surviving five years. That was in 1995. After many surgeries and treatments, Stein has no...

A colorectal cancer diagnosis can feel like your world has stopped, but there’s hope. With improved diagnosis and treatments, the survival rate for colorectal cancer is higher than ever before. Meet Mark. He was diagnosed with stage 4 colon cancer at the age of 44. Watch the video above to hear his story first-hand,...

A colorectal cancer diagnosis can trigger a complex mix of emotions. Fear, sadness, worry, and stress are a few common reactions to this serious news. But amid these tumultuous feelings, it’s important to remember that there is hope. The right treatment plan could help you or your loved one manage this disease and...