Rolling To Recovery, A story of a 23 year old colon cancer survivor Molly Mc Master, who is now raising awareness for the disease among young people.  
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My name is Molly McMaster and I'm a colon cancer survivor. 

My cancer was diagnosed at stage II on my 23rd birthday, February 19th, 1999. Since then, I've been doing "crazy things" to raise awareness of the disease, and educate anyone that thinks it can't happen to them.   ... more ...

The Symptoms of Colorectal Cancer
  • The most common symptom is no symptom
  • Change in bowel habits (diarrhea, constipation, narrow stools)
  • Unexplained weight loss, vomiting, lack of energy, unexplained anemia
  • Blood (often not visible) in stool or from rectum
  • Abdominal pain/discomfort (gas, bloating, cramps, feeling that bowel does not empty)
    Click here to learn more about colorectal cancer with the Colon Cancer Alliance

  • Disclaimer: This website is not intended for medical advice. Molly McMaster is not a medical professional and can only tell about her own experience as a colon cancer patient.
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