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Three months shy of her 50th birthday, Pam Bernhardson received news no one wants to hear: You have colon cancer. The proud parents were preparing for a trip to Anchorage, Alaska, to see their son, Tanner, play in the USA hockey national tournament. She had a CT scan; we thought it could be a kidney stone. Soon, we heard she had cancer, and surgery was recommended right away. While Pam immediately went into surgery to have the tumor and a foot of her colon removed, Dr.

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Carly Mesic's days had a certain rhythm. She was busy managing a restaurant, working out with her husband, Brian, and raising her three kids, who range in age from 6 to Mesic, who lives in Orlando, Florida, says she was "super active," exercising at least five times a week. She had changed her diet and fitness routine and lost 40 pounds in a six-month period. For the next few months, Mesic kept explaining away her symptoms, which included thin bloody stools, constipation and persistent pain in one side of her abdomen. The busy mom googled her symptoms, but when most websites claimed cancer was "unlikely," she carried on with her schedule and assumed she was fine.

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