The next phase
Young-onset colorectal cancer has unique challenges, even after treatment has completed. You're ready to move on with your life. Below are resources for continued success — and for giving back.
Young-onset colorectal cancer patients and survivors face unique challenges. The Alliance’s Never Too Young (N2Y) Program, with the support of a dedicated Taskforce, is changing how the world sees this disease.
Now that you have completed your treatment, you and your care team should discuss your follow-up care plan. The plan will include ongoing monitoring for cancer recurrence and should also address lifestyle and emotional needs.
Clinical trials test cutting-edge approaches for treating, diagnosing, or preventing colorectal cancer. Be a part of research while being proactive as a young-onset survivor.
Most people don't know that colorectal cancer is the second deadliest cancer in the United States or that it's highly preventable — and that’s why we’re turning up the volume on this disease.
Our Helpline is free and available to support you. Helpline staff members are certified patient & family support navigators who have walked in your shoes
Are you ready to take action? Make the mission to end colorectal cancer your own. The Colorectal Cancer Alliance empowers a nation of allies to participate, fundraise, and volunteer.
SurvivorshipSurvivors over 50
In this Q&A, get to know Jill Loftus, a passionate and dedicated Colorectal Cancer Alliance volunteer from Denver.
In this Q&A, get to know Ashley Bowman, a passionate and dedicated Colorectal Cancer Alliance volunteer from Chicago, and consider becoming one yourself.
We are incredibly grateful for everyone's support of the mission to end colorectal cancer. But what does that support look like? Here’s what allies helped make happen in 2023.