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Limiting Booty Cancer Risks

In my family, there are increased risks of colo-rectal polyps, as my father had them, and so it has been recommended that we all get colonoscopies — and not waste a minute to do so. ¬†Frankly, I’m very glad I delayed mine … because just TODAY, I’ve been blessed with a new level of information that may make the procedure, and the whole experience, a LOT LESS RISKY: “Avoiding Risks with Colonoscopies

Thank you, Sarah, for sharing this valuable information!

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  1. A good friend of ours was retlcney diagnosed with Stage 4 Colon Cancer, at age 37. He is fighting hard, and his prognosis is as good as it can be under the circumstances. I’m going to get a badge for my blog too. Thanks for telling me about it. I’m so, so sorry about your Mom. I can’t imagine losing mine. My mom is still alive, but she suffered significant heart damage because her disease was not diagnosed even though she presented classic symptoms of her disease. Her life expectancy has been drastically shortened because of it, and I have a lot of anger about it.

  2. Thanks for the info on this. My best friend of 25+ years died this past August from bersat cancer and I lost my mother-in-law to ovarian several years ago. I am proud to display these buttons on my site, especially to honor my friend Marjorie (who I’ve blogged about a few times since she died).Also, thanks for the nudge about the colonoscopy. I’m not 50 year, but the M.D.s have been suggesting I get one and I’ve been putting it off … I will listen to you and them and get off my arse and get it scheduled.

  3. I got those badges last month when Tori tealkd about them (radioactive girl). I have colon and lung cancer badges up in honor of my friend with both (see my post on why I got my tattoo). Thanks for passing along the information again. I’m so sorry to hear about your mom. I cannot even imagine the pain of losing your mom. We ate at the Mexican restaurant today. It just came to our city. Never again. My daughter had an allergic reaction and my son was violently ill.

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