From stage III to NED
Gabriel, once a stage III patient with more than 100 polyps in his colon, is now living without evidence of disease.
Healing the trauma of CRC
Deondre was diagnosed with stage II colorectal cancer. He is now a survivor and life coach, using his story to inspire others.
Saved by her kids and community
The sudden weight loss Dawn experienced was seen as a silver lining, not a red alert. Fortunately, her loved ones stepped in.
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Don Shippey was 55 years old in 2016 when he decided he’d been putting off his colonoscopy long enough.
Though facing a colorectal cancer (CRC) diagnosis isn’t easy, Chris continues to show up with grace and courage as he moves through his journey to wellness.
Pets can be an incredible source of comfort and joy for anybody but, for cancer patients, pet therapy can provide emotional and psychological support to enhance a person’s overall well-being.