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December 15th, 2017

Successful Cancer Treatment Leads to a New Career

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After lengthy treatment for metastatic colon cancer, not only did Don Guillot emerge with the disease in remission, he also came away inspired to pursue a future in nursing.

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Tags: Colon Cancer, Dr. Horacio Asbun, Dr. Kabir Mody, Dr. Ron Landmann


June 9th, 2016

An Answer for Luis – Surgeons Remove Polyp-Riddled Colon, Restore Function and Hope

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Deciding to undergo a surgery to remove your colon is not a decision to be taken lightly, but it was one that Luis Coriano faced earlier this year. And he and his family wanted to make sure they made the right call. Luis is affected by a rare genetic disorder called familial adenomatous polyposis that […]

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Tags: Colon Cancer, colorectal surgery, Dr. Eric Dozois, Familial Adenomatous Polyposis


March 31st, 2015

Strong Advice From a Colorectal Cancer Patient

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Mike Woellert had heard people talk about colonoscopies. He didn’t hesitate, and it may have saved his life.  Friday, March 27, marked the one-year anniversary of Michael Woellert’s colorectal cancer diagnosis. It’s a day he and his wife, Malissa, remember all too well. “I was one of the last people to be called from the […]

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Tags: colonoscopy, colorectal cancer, colorectal surgery, Dr. Eric Dozois, StrongArmSelfie


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