At 48, Michael Murray didn't think colon cancer would be a concern until he was at least 50. After finding out he had colon cancer, he came to realize how far we've come with treatments over the years and how far we still have to go. With faith and family, Michael urges others to focus on what's important.
John Michael Pierce noticed his first symptoms while on a date of all things. A few weeks later, he was diagnosed with stage IV esophogeal cancer. He made the conscious decision to approach his treatment and greater life as an opportunity to reaffirm his faith and to grow his relationships with family and freinds.
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