Tuesday, September 7, 2010


It is officially here, the 2011 Colondar.  ORDER yours today at www.colondar.com


chaoticfamily said...

Very exciting. Hope you are doing well. My Dad is officially finished chemo on Friday and has had an interesting ride.


booneiowaguy said...

Hi Suzie...I stumbled upon your blog by doing a google search for blogs related to colon cancer. Yours is the only one I see....

First, congratulations on making your 4-yr mark!! God is so good...I pray you celebrate 50 more years of being cancer free!

I am a 36 yr old man living in Iowa, and I haven't been to the doctor yet, although I have nearly all of the symptoms of colon cancer. My biggest question right now is: did you ever experience blood in your stool? If so, how often? Over the last 5 yrs or so, I would notice blood in my stool about once every 6 months. In the last 6 months, I've noticed it about once a month. I've also lost about 20 lbs, but I don't really have fatigue or pain in my abdomin. Family history regarding colon cancer is sketchy, since I was adopted, and my biological father isn't exactly reliable when it comes to telling the truth.

I would really appreciate any feedback you may have...

Have a blessed day!


Dennis Pyritz, RN said...

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