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Travis H. Bray, PhD
Community Leader, Previvor and Patient Advocate
Founder and Executive Director, Hereditary Colon Cancer Foundation
Portland, Oregon, United States
Travis Bray is the Founder and Executive Director of Hereditary Colon Cancer Foundation, an advocacy and support group dedicated for extending life expectancy, enhancing life quality, and instilling hope in those born with hereditary colon cancer syndromes.
Familial Adenomatous Polyposis started in Travis’s family with his paternal grandfather who, at age 36, was diagnosed with both F.A.P and terminal colon cancer. Travis’s grandfather was informed that he had six months to live and that three of his six children likely carried the same disease. His doctor was correct on all accounts.
Travis’s mother knew he had F.A.P. as a toddler when she first saw blood in his diapers. He was officially diagnosed much later and underwent a total colectomy at the age of 15.
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