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Meet the One Million Strong – Natia Porter from New York

Be a part of One Million Strong and tell us how colorectal cancer has impacted your life! Share your story now!  MEET NATIA Natia Porter, Family New York, NY NATIA’S STORY Lynch syndrome or (wrongly called) non-polyposis colorectal cancer runs in genes from my mother’s side. It is wrongly called because it predisposes us up to 8 different types of cancers on a different degree. The first, the almost 99% predisposition is to colon caners, then uterus cancer, renal cancer, ovarian, brain and so on.  In my family, as I later discovered, there has been many colon cancers, many uterus cancers, some renal and one-brain cancer cases. However, I did not

Meet the One Million Strong – Stephanie Moore from Missouri

Be a part of One Million Strong and tell us how colorectal cancer has impacted your life! Share your story now!  MEET STEPHANIE Stephanie Moore, Survivor Webb City, MO STEPHANIE’S STORY In May of 2009, just two months after my mom was diagnosed with rectal cancer, I was given the same diagnosis. The local doctors told me to get ready to die-leaving three children ages 4, 9 and 12. My husband said,  “Uanacceptable words!” & found hope in St. Louis. It was difficult, emotionally & physically painful, but moments of hilarity, clarity, and firm resolve to fight helped me to endure. The chances of this horrible disease returning are good, but

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