As a 45 year old busy mother of two young children, Ashley was shocked when she was diagnosed with stage 3b colon cancer. Although she is not your typical colon cancer patient, thanks to Marty and his aggressive treatment and surgery, Ashley is now celebrating two years cancer-free.
Mike was reporting on the 2010 National Championship Game, but he didn’t enjoy it. Unbeknownst to him at the time, he was suffering from stage 4 colorectal cancer. Because of expert treatment and care, Mike was able to cover six more National Championships and remains cancer-free today.
Holly, a self-proclaimed master chef, was devastated in 2014 when she was diagnosed with ampullary cancer in her upper digestive track. After several surgeries, she is thankful to be cancer free and back in the kitchen cooking for her family.
Sophie was diagnosed in 2012 with stage 3 esophageal cancer. After aggressive treatment, she was cancer-free in August 2013. Sophie is happy today to be teaching first grade in Hoover and spending time with her husband and son.
In late 2016, Annlee was in the midst of immigrating tothe United States from South Africa when her doctor discovered a neuroendocrine tumor in her pancreas. Both of her daughters got her to Birmingham where shewas placed under the care of Dr. Heslin. She’s now cancer-free and spends time with her grandchildren.
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