Colorectal Cancer is the second-leading cause of cancer death for men and women in the US.
A colorectal cancer diagnosis is scary.
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Story: "I was diagnosed with stage 2 colorectal cancer in May 2020. In 2019, I began to experience unexplained weight loss and consistent blood in my stool. I dismissed it for months and blamed it on stress from my job and poor eating habits. In April 2020, I scheduled a colonoscopy. Afterward, I was told that a large mass was found and it was in fact cancer. It was removed in June, and I started chemo in July. My nurses and doctor have been great in keeping me positive."
Advice: "Keep a strong core of loved ones around you. Stay positive as much as possible. Don't rush recovery and be patient with the entire process."
Adrian Cook was diagnosed with stage 2 colorectal cancer in May 2020. In 2019, he began to experience unexplained weight loss and blood in his stool. He thought it was stress from his job or poor eating habits. Adrian resides in Tennessee.
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