Friday, March 4th is the Colon Cancer Alliance’s 8th Annual Dress in Blue Day. This nationally-recognized event is intended to bring attention to colon cancer and to recognize the courage of those affected by it.
According to the Colon Caner Alliance, colon cancer is the third most common form of cancer in the U.S. and is the second leading cause of cancer death, although it is easily preventable through screening.
Wear blue to help raise public awareness of colon cancer and to demonstrate solidarity with the people battling this disease!
For more information on colon cancer, check out the Colon Cancer Alliance. We hope to see a lot of blue at the library on Friday, March 4th!