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  1. Mary Rollins

    Houstonian Mary Rollins, knows all too well the importance of awareness and testing. As a colon cancer survivor, it was her sister’s diagnosis that urged Mary to get tested.
    “I had had a nerve moved on the right side of my face in the Spring of 2013, a rather common operation on women over 80 years of age.
    While recovering I heard from my only sister, Elma, that she was diagnosed with cancer of the colon. By the time she was diagnosed the cancer had advanced to a stage the physicians considered inoperable.
    Fully aware of the possibility that I might have cancer of the colon I contacted my internist who promptly referred me to Dr. Hughes of the Kelsey-Seybold Clinic were my husband, Tom, and I have been going for more years than I can count.
    Dr. Hughes told me that I should have surgery immediately as there were 5 tumors in my colon. So, I had surgery
    within days, the tumors removed with a prognosis of ‘no cancer in the colon’.
    We’ve two brothers whom I told to get ‘checked’. Both thought I should have my head examined because I told them the possibility of their having cancer of the colon were pretty high.
    So life goes on”……Mary Michieli Rollins, Houston, Tx.

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