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Colorectal Cancers

ACCC Cancer Program members in North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia are invited to participate in the Innovations in Colorectal Cancer Treatment ECHO Clinic.

This program is designed to bring specialty colorectal cancer treatment information and training to healthcare providers and help programs in the community build their capacity to provide high-quality, best-practice care locally for patients.

The Innovations in Colorectal Cancer Treatment ECHO Clinic is free to providers in North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia.

Participants meet by videoconference on the
third Monday of each month from 12:00 - 1:00 PM EDT.

The clinic consists of a brief lecture on a topic related to colorectal cancer treatment. This is followed by review and discussion of one or two patient cases submitted by participants. Participants will join in collaborative discussion to better diagnose and manage patient care. Some of the topics covered include:

  • Promising Practices: Therapeutic Prevention of Colon and Rectal Cancers
  • Diagnosis/Pathologic Staging (Genetic Profiling)/Prognostic and Predictive Biomarkers
  • Clinical Conversations: Developing Biomarker Tissue Sampling Protocols
  • Shared Decision-Making: Before, During, and After Treatment for Colorectal Cancer

  • Project ECHO At-A-Glance 
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  • ECHO CRC Clinics - Schedule  
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  • CRC Tx ECHO FAQs
  • Our Partner

    Our Supporter


    This project is sponsored by Amgen.