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Press Release: The Search Is On For Colorado's Colorectal Cancer 'Supernurses'


Denver, Colorado, Jan. 10, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Organizers of one of Denver’s most important cancer fundraisers, the Blue Hope Bash Denver, are launching a state-wide search for the Colorectal Cancer Supernurses who dedicate their lives to caring for Colorado’s colorectal cancer (CRC) community.“There are more than 17,000 colorectal cancer patients and survivors living in Colorado,” said Kim Kronenberger, Blue Hope Bash Denver organizer and CRC survivor. “Every single one of them knows a Supernurse who has made a real difference to their treatment or way of dealing with cancer and we want to hear their story!”“We’re inviting Colorado’s CRC community to nominate their favorite medic for our CRC Supernurse Award. We’ll feature top stories in the run-up to the 2019 Blue Hope Bash Denver and invite the top Supernurses to join us as our special guests at the showcase event being held at the Mile High Station in Denver on March 8," Kronenberger said.All you need to do to nominate your Colorectal Cancer Supernurse is submit your story, in 400 words or less, to @ccalliance.org">This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., ideally with a picture or two, by the closing date of Friday, February 15. We’ll be publishing stories throughout the run up to the event in March, so please don’t wait until the last minute.The 2019 Blue Hope Bash Denver will also honor Madeline Mellors and Andrew Gregory, fierce colorectal cancer advocates who were diagnosed with late-stage colorectal cancer in their thirties. Maddie and Andrew’s passings are a brutal reminder of the stark rise in young-onset colorectal cancer, which has risen over 20% among under-50s. Colorectal cancer is the nation's second leading cause of cancer deaths.Last year’s inaugural Blue Hope Bash Denver event raised more than $130,000 toward colorectal cancer research and awareness, with the bulk of proceeds remaining in Denver to support local CRC initiatives. The University of Colorado Foundation in Denver was one of the main beneficiaries of the 2018 event, and those dollars have already contributed to leading-edg...


Posted: 2019-01-10 23:41:00

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