Get matched with a buddy
The Alliance hand-matches patients and caregivers with a buddy who has had similar experiences. With enough communication, buddies can establish a long-lasting, supportive friendship.
Become a buddy
As a survivor or caregiver, you know better than anyone else what it is like to go through colorectal cancer. Share your experience and expertise by volunteering as a peer-to-peer buddy.
I’m a buddy to be helpful and get help in return.
It’s scary to hear the “c” word, especially when you’re only 36. A million questions ran through Gabriel Leblanc’s mind, but only one seemed to matter. “How was I going to get through this?” Gabriel said.
Several different types of colonoscopy prep regimens are available today, including prescription and over-the-counter options. While it is important to consult your healthcare provider for guidance, it can be helpful to conduct some of your own research.
Up to 40% of cancer patients report marijuana usage to relieve or improve their symptoms. But what does the research say about weed and cancer?