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Leah Isbell Sachitano From Ecuador

I struggled for a very long time with extreme bowel pain due to endometriosis. It affected my work, my home life and my social life. It slowly took over every part of my life, making decisions based on whether there was a bathroom I was comfortable using. The disease process was so slow, I almost didn’t believe it had gotten as bad as I knew it was deep down, and I almost let the fear of surgery talk me out of doing something about it. But…

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Gerardo Murra From Mexico

I started to notice some bleeding with my bowel movements. I ignored it for a while but the bleeding wouldn’t stop and started to worsen so I went to get a colonoscopy where I live in Mexico. The results came back and it showed colon cancer and due to a difficult location of the cancer I was referred to get the surgery done with Dr. Eric Haas at Methodist hospital in Houston. I was incredibly impressed with the staff, we got an appointment…

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Douglas Bennett: Colon Cancer Survivor since 2014

We were faced with an unimaginable diagnosis of the “C” word back in August 2014, something that you never want to hear. We never mentioned the “C” because we wanted only to speak about CURE, HEALING and not mention that word. It is ok to cry together or by yourself and know it is ok to do that. Educate yourself, ask questions as much as you can about YOUR particular “C”. If something does not sound right then trust that feeling.…

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