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There are many local resources throughout the country to help people with cancer in general, and colorectal cancer in particular.

Ask your cancer doctor's team, the social worker at the local hospital, and other people in the area who have had colorectal cancer.

Also check with Colon Cancer Alliance at 877.422.4030 and the American Cancer Society's list of resources by calling 800.ACS.2345.

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