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I CAPE GAZETTE, Tuesday, April 12 - April 14, 2005 - 27 Delaware initiates new plan to fight colorectal cancer What can be done to reduce cancer incidence and mortality in Delaware? After a year of re- search and testimony by Delawareans affected by cancer, it was clear to the Delaware Can- cer Consortium (formerly the Delaware Advisory Council on Cancer Incidence and Mortality) that lack of information, confu- sion about when to be tested and bureaucracy discourage people from getting screened for colorec- tal cancer. The consortium took action by creating a network of CRC (colorectal cancer) screen- ing program coordinators: med- ical professionals to work in the local cOmmunity to assist patients in navigating the testing process. The CRC coordinators are housed within five hospitals in Delaware and work with commu- nities and organizations in the surrounding area according to the specific needs of those communi- ties. Free services provided by the CRC coordinators include working with patients to make sure that they have access to test- ing, support and guidance through the testing process, and prompt clinical evaluation and follow-up to positive testing. "Having staff available to guide people through a system that can sometimes be complex is a big step toward getting more people screened," said Dr. Stephen Grubbs, chairman of the Delaware Cancer Consortium's Colorectal Cancer Committee (CRCC). "We know that just fill- ing out the paperwork, which is part of the process, can be over- whelming and frustrating. Our goal is to eliminate barriers and streamline the process so more people get screened." The team of CRC coordinators is available to help Delawareans throughout the state. The Sussex coordinator is Cathy Ward, RN, of Beebe Medical Center. She may be reached at 645-3100, Ext. 5131. "Screening is the key to finding and treating colorectal cancer. In fact, it's 90 percent curable when detected early, ' said Grubbs. Submitted photo Ostomy fair set for Wednesday, April 13 Beebe Medical Center's Wound CaFeServices will host an ostomy fair from 1:30 p.m. to 4 p.m., Wednesday, April 13, at the Long Neck Health Center located on Long Neck Road in Millsboro. Anyone with a colostomy, ileostomy, urostomy/ileal,conduit or a continent diversion may benefit from attending the fair. Vendors-will display the latest ostomy products and will be available to answer questions. Those who will be available to answer questions are certified ostomy nurses Lisa Town- shend, FNP-C, CWOCN; Tanya Crawford, BSN, WOCN; Bonnie Cunningham, APRN, BC, CWOCN; Lynda Dunham, BSN, CWOCN; and members of the Delmarva Friends with Os- tomies Support Group. Light refreshments will be served. For more information on the fair, call Wound Care Services at 947-2500. Shown is certified wound ostomy continence nurse Lynda Dunham, RN, discussing the use of an ostomy bag with pa- tient, Art Johns of Lewes. Easter Seals is Your Disability Resource in Delaware We are expanding our programs in Sussex County to serve you better*. Programs and services: Pediatric & Adult Occupational Therapy Pediatric & Adult Physical Therapy Pediatric &Adult Speech/Language Therapy Early Intervention for children with developmental delays Adult Day Health Services program Year-round residential respite and recreational camping Assistive Technology Services Personal Attendant Services Specialized Transportation Developmental Disabilities Day Program Supported Employment Programs FOR MORE INFORMATION ON HOW WE CAN HELP YOU CALL (302) 856-7364 Q Easer Sea/s/s a proud recipient of Urn'ted Way Support. 45 64 CLUES ACROSS !. Watering places S. Amos Alonzo __, U.S. football coach ] O. Act'ny 14. Antelopa 15. Govern the Catholic Church 16. Vegetable ml spread 17. 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