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Jeopardy! Donates $230,504 to Stand Up to Cancer as Katie Couric’s Guest Hosting Run Ends

As Katie Couric says goodbye to Jeopardy!, the competition show is donating $230,504 to Stand Up To Cancer.

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Katie Couric on the importance of screenings for colorectal cancer

Former TODAY co-anchor Katie Couric joins TODAY to talk about her personal mission to fight colorectal cancer after losing her husband to the disease more than 20 years ago.

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‘Early detection saves lives’: Katie Couric urges awareness, screening of colorectal cancers

Journalist and former TODAY co-anchor Katie Couric has been a staunch advocate for awareness of colorectal cancer since she lost her first husband, Jay Monahan, to colon cancer in 1998.

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Jamie Foxx Advocates for Early Screenings of Colon Cancer in New PSA: It ‘Affects Everyone’

PEOPLE has an exclusive first look at the Oscar-winning star’s new PSA to promote early screenings of colon cancer for men and women 45 years of age or older, in partnership with Stand Up To Cancer and Exact Sciences.

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Jamie Foxx on early colon cancer screenings: ‘I’ve lost good friends to deadly disease’

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Colon Cancer Is Second Leading Cause of Cancer in the U.S.

A radiation oncologist speaks about the prevalence of colon cancer.

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SU2C Head & Neck Cancers Ideas Lab

Stand Up To Cancer invites applications for participation in an Ideas Lab to establish the SU2C Head and Neck Cancer Research Team. The Research Team will bring new approaches to treating head and neck squamous cell carcinoma (HNSCC) cancer into the clinical setting, with a focus on HPV-related and Fanconi anemia (FA)-related cancers.

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Stand Up To Cancer Receives Grant to Promote Colorectal Cancer Awareness

Stand Up To Cancer has received a $10 million grant from Exact Sciences, a leading developer of cancer screening tests, to promote colorectal cancer screenings in minority populations. The campaign will begin in March to coincide with National Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month.

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New cancer patients — especially Black people — are more susceptible to severe COVID-19 infections

Recently diagnosed cancer patients are more vulnerable to COVID-19 infection and face more severe illness than people without cancer, a risk that is significantly higher for Black people than for white people with both diseases, a large new analysis concludes.

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SU2C announces $3.25 million in grants for head and neck cancer research

Stand Up To Cancer has announced $3.25 million in grants from four nonprofits to fund research to find new treatments for head and neck cancers.

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