Sponsor of the Month – Cinemapolis

March is Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month

Sponsored by Cinemapolis

Encouraging central New York residents to
explore the power of film to entertain, educate,
and to celebrate the human experience.
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We know that you love the big screen…

but have you BEEN screened!?!

 

 

Have you been screened for colorectal cancer?
If you’re age 50+, get screened, and encourage
your family and friends. This is one cancer you can prevent!

 

There are several screening tests for #ColorectalCancer.
If you’re 50 or older, ask your doctor which test is right for you.

 

 

 

Click here for more resources and
read this months “
Gotta Questionto
learn more about colorectal cancer.

 

 

#ColonCancer #ColorectalCancer #ColonHealth #ColonCancerMonth #DontAssume #ColonCancerAwareness
#ColorectalCancerAwareness #DoItForYourLovedOnes #TomorrowCantWait #Never2Young
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Cinemapolis is a A community cultural institution where the art of film is used to enrich people’s lives,
grapple with and illuminate contemporary issues, and, of course, to entertain.

Wondering why you should support Cinemapolis? Click here!
And also check out all the great benefits of becoming a member.
Tickets can be purchased 24/7 online. Learn more: cinemapolis.org
120 E. Green Street, Ithaca, NY 14850 (607) 277-6115
Brett Bossard, Executive Director – brett@cinemapolis.org

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