2016 SCOPE FOR HOPE Run draws near

Scope for Hope LogoOnce again Janette Gaw and Vera Owens will co-chair this important event.  The 5K run, 2-mile walk, and kids’ fun run will be held on March 12, 2016 at Hammond Stadium.  In it’s 6th year, the run is sure to be bigger and better than ever.  With lots of excitement, prizes, entertainment and awards it is truly a FUN FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY event.

Remember, colorectal cancer is the second most common cancer. Colorectal cancer is the second leading cause of cancer deaths in the country. Colorectal cancer is preventable. Colorectal cancer is treatable. 100% of Scope for Hope proceeds stay here in our community, providing colonoscopies, biopsies, treatments and financial assistance to our neighbors in need.  We hope to see you there to help raise funds for colorectal cancer patients in Southwest Florida!

For more information on Scope for Hope, to register or form a team, please visit www.21stCenturyCare.org

 

March 2013 SCOPE FOR HOPE Run against COLON CANCER

 

 

 

 

 

 

“Dear Runners,

Thank you to everyone who participated in the first two Colorectal Cancer runs! With your help $53,000 has been raised, and those funds have been used to provide colonoscopies, biopsies, treatments and financial assistance for 123 colorectal cancer patients in need in Southwest Florida.

The colorectal cancer event’s new name is Scope for Hope, with fully 100% of proceeds staying right here in Southwest Florida. The 5K run, 2-mile walk, and kids’ fun run will be held on March 23, 2013 at Hammond Stadium. Under the direction of Dr. Janette Gaw and Vera Owens, the event has been growing every year and we expect this year’s to be the biggest ever. As always, door prizes, chance drawings, entertainment, and other surprises will add to the fun. We have some wonderful prizes this year, including a cruise! You can order your chance drawing tickets atwww.21stCenturyCare.org or at the event.

Remember, colorectal cancer is the second most common cancer. Colorectal cancer is the second leading cause of cancer deaths in the country. Colorectal cancer is preventable. Colorectal cancer is treatable. We hope to see you there to help raise funds for colorectal cancer patients in Southwest Florida!

For more information on Scope for Hope, to register, or form a team, please visit www21CenturyCare.org

Happy Patient Sends heart felt Letter Regarding Janette Gaw operating on her mother

Doctors Nagesh Ravipati and Doctor Janette Gaw recently honored June 2012 by Gulf Shore Life Magazine for being two of America’s Top Doctors

Recently Doctor Nagesh Ravipati (above) and Docter Janette Gaw (below) were honored in Naples, Florida as two of America’s Top Colorectal Surgeons.    Castle Connelly rates physicians in each category as recognized by their peers, and then syndicates findings to the public using major media sources including US News and World Report, The New York Times, and various other distinguished local publishers.   GulfShore Life Magazine recently decided to honor Southwest Florida’s top area physicians in Fort Myers, Florida – Naples, Florida that received this prestigious award.