Marc Rowley on Being Treated for Colon Cancer

Marc Rowley was diagnosed with stage 3 colon cancer at age 32 after an endoscopy. He then had a colon resection and chemotherapy.

“After the colon resection I was in the hospital about a week,” Marc says. As far as his chemotherapy treatment goes, he says, “The moment of walking into the room — that’s always the worst part of the day.”

He also had major issues with his teeth. “I looked like a meth head, my teeth were just falling out.” However, Marc didn’t have a particularly hard time with chemotherapy treatment, other than some nausea and and exhaustion.

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