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Length: 2.29 mins
Date: Dec 2004
Subject: Living with bowel cancer

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Title: Living with bowel cancer
Helen Crowe is 45 and was diagnosed with colorectal cancer in July 2004. She wants to share the experience of her cancer journey and to raise awareness of bowel cancer and its symptoms. This is her story so far...
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Marion
Wishing you a complete recovery and no trips to the bathroom with discomfort. There isn't always a reasonable explanation for why we get sick, evenknowing as much as we know. But we should understand the things that we can do to lessen the risks. Unfortunately, we don't. Wishing you all the very best, now and always. unknown to you, but watched your video

Val
Wow! Thanks for your bravery and honesty and for raising awareness. And get well soon!

Aki
So impressed by what you said and your courage in the video. Today I watched your video by accident, but please remember, there is one more person supporting you even from Japan.

Mike
That's my brave girl.

 



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