Todd Spurrier has logged an incredible 53,000 miles on his Ducati to raise awareness for colorectal cancer screening. He meets and photographs survivors and says , “I carry a piece of each survivor in my heart on every mile. They are my fuel.”
Health Stories Project
Our goal at Health Stories Project is to share interesting stories, ask important questions and find exciting projects for you to participate in. We have created a brief interactive survey for our current members, so that we can bring you more of what you want.
Everyone who lives with pain has an important story to share. We are looking for people who either have a current opioid prescription and are concerned about overdose or those who have witnessed or experienced a prescription opioid overdose. You may even qualify for a special project that includes travel.
If you have experienced a heart attack, stroke and/or high cholesterol, you may qualify for a special volunteer project that includes travel. Take our survey to learn more and find out if you qualify.
Colorectal cancer is the 2nd leading cause of cancer death among men and women combined. Sadly, 60% of colorectal cancer deaths could be prevented with screening. If you have ever been screened for colon cancer (no matter the result) you may qualify for a special project!
As many as 46 million Americans 40 years of age or older have reported symptoms of OAB. If you are living with OAB, we have an exciting opportunity for you to help spread awareness about this condition. This project will reach others who may be suffering in silence. If selected, you may even qualify for a special project that includes travel.
Health Stories Project was created to give people opportunities to share their personal health experiences and to learn from the experiences of others.
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