How AliveandKickn Spreads a Unique Blend of Colon Cancer Advocacy

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Dave Dubin talks about how AliveandKickn spreads colon cancer advocacy While there are several groups that work to further colon cancer advocacy, none do it like AliveandKickn. Center to AliveandKickn is two-time colon cancer survivor Dave Dubin. Dave has made it his life’s mission to help spread the word that colon cancer screening is so […]

Dave Dubin of AliveandKickn Shares Advice for Newly Diagnosed Colon Cancer Patients

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Dave shares insights from his colon cancer journey Dave Dubin is an outspoken member of the colon cancer community. Though his advocacy group AliveandKickn, Dave uses soccer to reach young people and educate them on the importance¬†of colon cancer screening. He has gone two bouts with colon cancer and speaks across the country about his […]

Discussing Lynch Syndrome With Your Kids

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How Dave Dubin of AliveandKickn Discussed Lynch Syndrome with his Kids Lynch syndrome, also known as hereditary non-polyposis colorectal cancer (HNPCC), is a type of inherited cancer of the digestive tract. Lynch syndrome is often a precursor to colon cancer. Those who are diagnosed with Lynch syndrome are encouraged to be screened earlier and more […]

Dave Dubin on How to Staying Positive During Colon Cancer

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Dave Dubin shares his thoughts on staying positive during colon cancer One of the most common things that a colon cancer patient will hear is “stay positive!” But is it really so easy? Is staying positive during colon cancer possible? Can all your problems be solved by blocking out negative thoughts? Dave Dubin of AliveandKickn […]

Colon Cancer Awareness for People Under 50

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How can you bring colon cancer awareness to people under 50? David Dubin was diagnosed with colon cancer at age 29. He wanted to start spreading colon cancer awareness to people under 50 so he founded Alive and Kickn. His organization is using athletic events bring awareness to younger people. They are teaching about what […]

Building Lynch Syndrome Awareness

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What is Lynch Syndrome awareness so important? Lynch syndrome is a genetic disorder that increases the risk of many cancers, particularly colorectal cancers. Often, people with this syndrome get cancer at an early age. Not many people outside of a small community know of this affliction. David Dubin is working to change that. He was […]

Changing the Colon Cancer Conversation

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How is Alive and Kickn changing the colon cancer conversation? Alive and Kickn is an organization committed to changing many things about the colon cancer conversation. They are bringing awareness to a younger crowd using athletic events. David Dubin, founder of Alive and Kickn, wants people to be more comfortable talking about colon cancer. He […]

Keeping Up the Fight Against Colon Cancer

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What drives you to keep up the fight against colon cancer? David Dubin is a two time colon cancer survivor and founder of Alive and Kickn, an organization helping to spread awareness about the disease. David is very familiar with the disease since both his father and grandfather were afflicted with it. He has three […]

What Newly Diagnosed Colon Cancer Patients Need to Know

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What are some things that newly diagnosed colon cancer patients need to know? Dave Dubin doesn’t like to give advice, but he says there are a lot of important things survivors should know. He tells newly diagnosed colon cancer patients to get other opinions from medical professionals and from people who have been through treatment […]

The Role of Genetics in Colon Cancer

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What is important about genetics in colon cancer? Advances in genetics are allowing doctors to do some great things in the fight against cancer. Using genetics in colon cancer diagnosises, doctors can determine if you have a disease that may increase your chances for getting colon cancer. David Dubin, founder of Alive and Kickn and […]


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