CORTLANDT MANOR, N.Y., July 21, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Polymedco is committed to raising awareness for colorectal cancer screening and early detection, and shares Caleb Payne's story of hiking along the Appalachian Trail to raise awareness for colorectal cancer screening.
Caleb Payne is a 54-year-old former firefighter from Kentucky who decided to spend the next several months hiking the Appalachian Trail to raise awareness for CRC. Payne's cancer already was at stage 3 when he was diagnosed at age 52 in January 2013. He is working with the Colon Cancer Prevention Project to raise money for early detection and provide survivor support. Payne's fundraising target is $13,000, which is $1 for each person diagnosed with colon cancer in Kentucky over the last five years.
His interview with Headline News can be seen at:
Polymedco is a sponsor of Caleb Payne's activities and the above interview was held at the corporate headquarters in New York state.
Since 1980, Polymedco has evolved into a leading manufacturer, marketer, and distributor in the clinical laboratory marketplace. Polymedco supplies clinical diagnostic test kits and POC devices that are specialized in chemistry, hematology and cancer screening. We are a world leader in non-invasive colorectal cancer screening technology, providing the new standard of care with the OC-Auto® and OC-Light® product lines.
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