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Any materials on this website are not intended as a substitute for medical care. However, they can be used to formulate questions for discussion with your physician. Each medical condition is unique. If you have questions about your unique condition or about information you see here, please do not hesitate to contact us. The Cancer Resource Center of Mendocino County strongly advises that you consult with your physician on healthcare matters.

Since 2007 the Safeway Foundation has

invested $60,000 raised during their October Breast Cancer Awareness and fundraising campaign, to further CRCMC’s innovative work in patient navigation for women diagnosed with breast cancer. Read more...

Sara O'Donnel shares the Ms. Faith Fancher California Breast Cancer Research Program Community Research Award. Read more...

National Cervical Cancer Coalition Stresses Importance of Screening and Prevention during January Cervical Health Awareness Month Read More ...

March is National Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month. Throughout the month of March, the Cancer Resource Centers of Mendocino County is promoting awareness of colorectal cancer in a series of four articles written by Claudia Crosetti. These (pdfs) are:

2010 recipients of the Ms. Faith Fancher California Breast Cancer Research Program Community Research Award are Jeffrey Belkora, Ph.D., at the University of California, San Francisco and Sara O'Donnell at the Cancer Resource Centers of Mendocino County for their community collaborative project: Recording Medical Visits for People with Breast Cancer. The selected grants reflect the values that Faith held most closely and extends the work that Faith did for all Women faicing breast cancer. Read more...

CRCMC Receives $125K at Avon Walk for Breast Cancer
Carol Kurzig, president of the Avon Foundation for Women, announced during the Closing Ceremony July 11, 2010, a total of nearly $2.75 million in grants to 11 local organizations, inclusing CRCMC, ensuring the funds raised immediately benefit the community.  READ MORE...

MacCallum House Dine Out Supports CRCMC

Cancer Resource Center of Mendocino County and Mendocino Coast Clinics were the recent recipients of the MacCallum House Restaurant’s dine out fundraiser.  Both organizations provide critical health care services and work closely together, so it is natural for them to collaborate on this project.  The Dine Out, which was the net proceeds of a Wednesday evening’s food and beverages, raised a total of $1,460 for the two organizations to share.  

checks Nice Alderman, Chair of the CRCMC Board of Directors and Ron Eich, Chair of MCC’s Board of Directors, collect the checks from MacCallum House General Manager, Herman Siedell.

Free Help to Quit Tobacco
The 1-800-NO-BUTTS California Smokers’ Helpline has counseled nearly half a million people in many different languages over the last 17 years. Residents of all 50 states now have access to telephone counseling based on the California model. READ ON...


Eel River Fuels Paints Truck Pink for Cancer Awareness
Have you been out for a walk recently and looked up to see something BIG and PINK coming down the road? Did you wonder if you were finally seeing one of those ‘pink elephants’ people have talked about for eons? READ ON...

Reel Recovery: It's Not About the Fish
By Steve DeLuca

For those who have read “It’s Not About the Bike” by Lance Armstrong, a cancer survivor and Tour De France winner, you will understand the title.  I am writing about what I “got” from a recent fly fishing program for men with cancer, suggested by the Cancer Resource Centers of Mendocino County.  And more than the words, I will include some photos, because I really want more men with cancer to have the experience I found with Reel Recovery, and I hope the words and photos will get them to go. READ ON...

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