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Cancer Reflection and Education Worldwide


Donate to one of our

campaigns or generally,

to support families

affected by Colorectal



Attend one of our events

or get involved to

support Colorectal

Cancer. Time is too

valuable to waste.


Become a volunteer if

you are motivated &

ready to support our

cause and people

affected by Colorectal


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Cancer, Reflection and  Education Worldwide is a Nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting cancer awareness, support, education and preventative measures for individuals/families impacted by cancer.

early signs

Our organization believes that knowing your family history and early detection through screening is the key.

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Holding Hands

taking strides 5k run/walk

See a video of our latest annual Taking Strides to Save lives 5k Colon Cancer Awareness Fundraiser. This event is a celebration of the strength, courage, and resiliency of our cancer warriors.


Listen to the Experts

Know the Facts:

  • African Americans are 45% more likely to die from Colon Cancer than any other ethnic group. 

  • When screened properly, Colon Cancer is 90% beatable. 

  • Screening age for Colon Cancer is now 45.

According to the American Cancer Society, people at higher risk for colorectal cancer should talk with their doctor about whether starting screening earlier might be right for them. This includes people with:

  • A family history of colorectal cancer or certain types of polyps

  • A personal history of colorectal cancer or certain types of polyps

  • A personal history of inflammatory bowel disease (ulcerative colitis or Crohn's disease)

  • A known or suspected family history of a hereditary colorectal cancer syndrome, such as familial adenomatous polyposis (FAP) or Lynch syndrome (also known as hereditary non-polyposis colon cancer, or HNPCC)

  • A personal history of radiation to the abdomen (belly) or pelvic area to treat a prior cancer

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Recent Events

C.R.E.W. was recognized in the local newspaper. Passaic County commissioners wrapped up Women's History Month by honoring local women who have made an impact on their community. Click here to read the article. 

Help Us

Your donation helps support those affected by Colorectal Cancer.

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