The DeGregorio Foundation (www.degregorio.org) has just made a generous grant toward research into gastric and esophageal cancer. The ECAA is proud to have contributed $5000 late last year to the foundation and toward this effort. The foundation’s press release follows:
The National Comprehensive Cancer Network has published the latest addition to their library of NCCN Guidelines for Patients, “NCCN Guidelines for Patients: Esophageal Cancer”. The NCCN Guidelines for Patients are designed to provide people with cancer and their caregivers treatment
Calling all EC Survivors & Patients in the NYC area! ECAA is endorsing a live, in-person Meetup this Friday. We hope to attract both survivors and current patients of esophageal cancer. If you live nearby, please register through this link.
Across our Facebook community group, fan page and Twitter handle, ECAA has been actively encouraging volunteers to help raise awareness of esophageal cancer. As a nonprofit charged to take on this ‘beast’, we utilize all avenues of communication and social
April is no joke! Across the EC Community for the past few years, April has been recognized as Esophageal Cancer awareness month. EC is a terrible and devastating disease, and ECAA’s goal is to help those in that fight
For Valentine’s day, sending out a virtual hug, and hoping to bring you some warmth, that you are not alone. There are organizations out there trying to help EC. There are places were people impacted by EC get together.
Dear friends and supporters of ECAA,As the holiday season enters full swing, we know that you’re already busy decorating and buying gifts for your loved ones. In this spirit, we ask that you consider us as an option for your
Gobble Gobble! Happy Thanksgiving! While we understand that we all face challenges each year (inside and outside the EC Community), there is much to be grateful for. In that thinking and spirit, we want to express our gratitude for your being
The renowned Doctor Oz brings up the issue of Esophageal Cancer again on his TV show. We here at ECAA really appreciate his on-going efforts to raise awareness of this disease. Thanks Dr. Oz! You can find a preview of
On a bright and sunny Mother’s Day, May 13th, Kathy and I traveled to Peabody, Massachusetts, to attend the second Patrick Downey 5k road race. We arrived to find the town buzzing with activity. Runners of all ages and abilities