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What does CCA stand for?

CCA stands for Colon Cancer Alliance

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In Honor Of His Mom, Howard Shares His Personal Story and Urges People To Get Screened For Colon Cancer WASHINGTON, March 6, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Oscar-nominated and award-winning actor Terrence Howard joins the Colon Cancer Alliance for a new public service campaign to raise awareness and encourage people to get screened for colon cancer - the second leading cause of cancer-related deaths in America, but largely preventable with appropriate screening.
The first-ever South Florida Undy 5000 was a great first-year event in 2011 with more than 320 participants who helped raise almost $60,000 in the fight against colon cancer," said Andrew Spiegel, Chief Executive Officer of the Colon Cancer Alliance (CCA).
The purpose of Dress in Blue Day is to promote awareness about colon cancer, one of the few cancers you can prevent by getting screened early," said Andrew Spiegel, CEO of the Colon Cancer Alliance (CCA).
MediaPlanet's Report With the help of the American Society of Colorectal Surgeons, ARUP Laboratories, Colon Cancer Alliance, C3, Colon Cancer Foundation, Crohns and Colitis Foundation of America, Edward Cancer Center, Entertainment Industry Foundation (EIF), HemClear, Ingalls Health System, National Colorectal Cancer Research Alliance, Sirtex, THD America, ThermaSolutions, University of Chicago Medical Center, and Vista Health System MediaPlanet published one of the largest distributed annual Cancer Awareness reports in US History.
WASHINGTON -- The Colon Cancer Alliance today issued a statement regarding a new report signaling a drop in colorectal cancer: "A recent study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), American Cancer Society (ACS), the National Cancer Institute (NCI), and the North American Association of Central Cancer Registries (NAACCR) highlighting that the death rate from colorectal cancer over the last decade dropped nearly 20 percent and that by 2020 could be cut in half is welcomed news.