My name is Chris and I was recently diagnosed with Colon cancer stage 4. I am 40 years old and this came as a shock. I woke up one morning and was very dizzy. Went to the hospital later that afternoon hoping it would just get better. Found out low blood and was anemic. Had low blood cells. Should have had normal 14 count and it was only at 5. They had to do blood transfussion. THis is when more test were run and found out mass on colon. They were looking for any spread to the liver and didnt see anything on Ct scan. This was then a liver biopsy was done and it came back positive. I think the left side of the liver was looked at on the ct scan and the problems were all on the right hand side. I got married in July 2015 and recently have a 9 month old daughter. This is really hard on me but I am a strong man of faith and live and serve God consistently. I am trusting his report regardless of what the facts say on paper. I belive the truth which is the word of God. It was hard when I met with the doctor today and asked about having future kids and the response was we need to get you better and focus on that. Yes I know that is my main focus getting me right but it still hurt to hear it said. The doctor says my right side of the liver has multiple small masses and then one that is larger than the others. I have heard that you can go with half your liver if necessary. So maybe if this didnt go the way expected I could maybe get rid of the bad part of the liver. Guess we just have to see. I welcome any feedback and testimonies. Really needing postive people around me at this time. Thank you for your time in reading this and being a great support. Many thanks Chris
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