In a heartwarming recognition of remarkable community engagement, education, and awareness efforts for colorectal cancer prevention and resource advocacy, Dr. Trupti Shinde, co-founder and vice president of the Citrus Colorectal Cancer Foundation, has been bestowed with the American College of Gastroenterology's esteemed SCOPY GoodWorks Award. This award is a celebration of Dr. Shinde's dedication to colorectal cancer resource and screening advocacy.
The ACG's SCOPY (Service Award for Colorectal Cancer Outreach, Prevention, and Year-Round Excellence) GoodWorks Award is a prestigious annual honor that commends members of the American College of Gastroenterology (ACG) for their exceptional contributions to community engagement, education, and awareness in the field of colorectal cancer prevention.
Dr. Shinde has worked tirelessly over the length of her career to help those affected by colorectal cancer, taking a specific focus on timely screening and healthy living to prevent the disease. Her work with the Citrus Colorectal Cancer Foundation has specifically targeted community engagement, with hopes of making colorectal cancer resources more accessible to patients and
the general public.
Additionally, Dr. Shinde has authored a multitude of healthy living articles covering a broad range of topics from nutrition to preventative healthcare. Her expertise, combined with an aptitude for simplifying complex health concepts, makes her articles accessible and relatable to readers of all backgrounds. Through her writing, she empowers individuals with the knowledge and tools they need to make informed choices about their well-being, ultimately inspiring a positive transformation in our community's approach to health and lifestyle.
Dr. Trupti Shinde's prestigious SCOPY GoodWorks Award is a testament to her dedication in the fight against colorectal cancer. We extend our deepest congratulations for her and look forward to her continued leadership in our mission to prevent colorectal cancer in our communities.