March is Colon Cancer Awareness Month, and Ambry Genetics regularly sponsors and participates in year-round activities to honor and support this important health issue that impacts so many.
Ambry is proud to work with the HCCF. The HCCF supports patients and finds resources for them, whether it be an outlet for support, access to genetic testing and genetic counseling, or providing helpful information about hereditary colon cancer. The HCCF's vision is to be a beacon of light - extending life expectancy, enhancing life quality, and instilling hope in those born with hereditary colon cancer syndromes.
Travis Bray and his wife, Shawnie, founded the HCCF. They hope to holistically bring together the hereditary colon cancer community through the foundation they created.
February 15-22, 2015
An Ambry team went to Utah to visit with HCCF founders, Travis and Shawnie Bray. The team is planning some exciting events for 2016 to raise awareness for hereditary colon cancer, so stay tuned.
After a morning meeting, Powder Mountain hooked up the boys to go play in the fluffy snow to capture epic shots for the public service annoucement. Rest assured, Travis found the spot for his next official Board meeting.