On March 28, 2018, CancerBridge presented another educational webinar, focusing on Colon Cancer: Prevention, Screening and Community Health Disparities with Darrell M. Gray, ll, MD, MPH. Colon cancer is the third most common form of cancer diagnosed in both men and women. However, it is largely preventable with screening and curable when detected early. In honor of National Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month, Darrell M. Gray II, MD, MPH, will take the stigma out of colorectal cancer screening and will discuss colon cancer health disparities. Dr. Gray, is a gastroenterologist at The Ohio State University specializing in the evaluation, management and prevention of diseases involving the digestive tract and is passionate about public health and health policy as it relates to colorectal cancer. His research focuses on identifying and developing solutions for health disparities in the colorectal cancer care continuum from prevention to survivorship. Dr. Gray serves as an assistant professor of medicine, director of Community Engagement and Equity in Digestive Health, medical director of Endoscopy and Gastroenterology Services at University Hospital East and deputy director at the Center for Cancer Health Equity at Ohio State’s Comprehensive Cancer Center – James Cancer Hospital and Solove Research Institute.