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Mililani, Hawaii, United States
Daniel Shockley at the age of 51, received a life-changing diagnosis after having his first colonoscopy. He had attenuated familial adenomatous polyposis, or AFAP.
Daniel is an advocate in Hawaii for the Colon Cancer Alliance (CCA) and Fight Colorectal Cancer organizations. In 2014, he requested the Hawaii Governor and Mayor of Honolulu to proclaim March – National Colorectal Cancer Awareness in Hawaii. The Governor and Mayor honored this request marking the first time Hawaii has had such a proclamation.
An article that Daniel wrote was recently featured on “Life’s a Polyp” blog: A Mission for Early Cancer Detection
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