Meet the One Million Strong – James G from Florida

Meet James James G, stage IV rectal cancer Boynton Beach, Florida James’ Story I was diagnosed in May 2010 with rectum cancer, had surgery at Cleveland Clinic in Florida with Dr. Wexner who removed the tumor and made a J Pouch along with a Ileostomy, staged at 3. Had the…

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C3 Advocates Contribute to RFA Effectiveness Review

How useful is radiofrequency ablation (RFA) in treating liver metastases from colorectal cancer? To answer that question, American Society for Clinical Oncology scientists included two C3 advocates, Rob Michelson and Dr. Andrew Guisti, on an expert panel looking at published RFA research. In appreciation, the…

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Talking to Your Doctor about Liver Mets

What should you and your doctor talk about if your colon or rectal cancer has spread to your liver? Deciding on the best way to manage liver metastases from colorectal cancer isn’t easy. It’s best done with the involvement of  multidisciplinary team of doctors and…

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Surgery or RFA for Liver Mets?

Both surgery and radiofrequency ablation (RFA) are used to destroy liver tumors that have spread from colorectal cancer, but which approach is better? Surgeons at the University of Louisville School of Medicine reviewed all the cases where patients received either surgery only or RFA only…

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