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Crush It For Curtis Foundation is a 501 (c) (3) charitable organization |EIN 82-3212272

©2020 by Crush It For Curtis Foundation - Bobby The Bladder is ©2020 by Crush It For Curtis Foundation


Contact Us Monday - Friday : Phone: 804-629-6429  Toll Free:1-800-403-9152 10 am-4:30 pm EST

It's important to know if your cancer carries a mutation.

This can be done through Genomic Profiling.

Talk to your doctor.



84,000 new cases of bladder cancer were reported in 2018 and this number is expected to grow in 2019. Bladder cancer is the 4th common cancer diagnosis and number 9 globally.  In 2018 there were 18,000 US deaths from bladder cancer. Learn the signs, symptoms and risk factors.


Comprehensive Genomic Profiling - be prepared to have a discussion with your doctor about what matters most to you about treatment options, side effects, and personalized treatment plans.  


Locate your clinical trial match in 60 seconds, learn clinical trial terminology and request information about recruiting clinical trials in your area.


As a global bladder cancer non-profit organization we want to know how we can help you as a patient thoroughly understand bladder cancer treatments, genetic mutations, familial, and other important bladder cancer issues or topics that may be relevant to you.

Sharing your story on a larger scale supports others living with cancer or men's health issues.  Your story raises public awareness, advances research, improves the quality of cancer care and men's health.


Help us reduce the number of patients diagnosed with bladder cancer, increase awareness, and research. 


Visit the CIFCF Shop find T-shirts, mugs, hats and many more items! Sport the CIFCF swag and help promote bladder cancer & men's health awareness.


Learn about immunotherapy and how it boosts the body's natural defenses to fight cancer. Learn the difference between Immunotherapy and Chemotherapy.


Learn more about the research being done to improve combining exercise during cancer treatment.