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 42 years old and in the best shape of my life when I was diagnosed with stage IV colon cancer in June 2017. Since then, I had a colon resection, a temporary colostomy, 12 rounds of FOLFOX with Avastin, a colostomy reversal, a recurrence on my liver, an ablation on the liver tumor, a year of maintenance chemo, a three-month chemo break, a recurrence in my peritoneal cavity, and another 12 rounds of FOLFOX with Avastin.
I am a Relentless Champion of Hope in the fight against colorectal cancer!"
Advice: "Like a boxer in a championship fight...take it One Step, One Punch, One Round at a time. You get knocked down sometimes, but you get back up and keep fighting. The title you are fighting for is "Relentless Champion of Hope."
Michael Mancini was 42 years old and in the best shape of his life when he was diagnosed with stage IV colon cancer in June 2017.
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