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Muhammad Hamid

Patients & Survivors Stage IV Colon Cancer Pakistan

Story: "I was in Lahore, Pakistan when I started to get severe abdominal pain. I went and got a CT scan, PET scan, and a colonoscopy. The results came back that I had stage IV colon cancer with liver metastasis. CEA level 800+. I had surgery to remove my colon and chemotherapy for liver Mets. I also had antibodies to help make it stable."

Advice: "Fighting colon cancer is a slow process. Don't lose hope."

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