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It’s been 20 years since Kris Thompson was diagnosed with Colon Cancer at the age of 18.
From his blog, Papa’s Got a Brand New Bag, here’s how Kris told his story:
“I’m going to lose my hair?!?!” Those were the first words that came out of my mouth when I learned I had cancer. My grandmother, mother and uncle all had either a partial or total colectomy due to F.A.P, and were all diagnosed at a much later age than I without any traces of cancer. With that being said, why would I even entertain the thought of cancer, I mean I was barely eighteen for Pete’s sake. Besides, what eighteen year old develops colon/colorectal cancer?
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