Hey everyone! Glad to see some other Lynchers out there......well, not glad you have it but happy for the misery loves company group. My son and I have Lynch....found after his colon cancer when he was 32. We have gone through the genetic testing, obviously. I am 8 years out and he is 5. The problem that bothers me the most is the fear of reoccurance and dealing with that. Every inconsistency sends my thoughts to the dark side. I deal with it pretty well daily but every once in a while it comes flooding back. Any suggestions? Thanks!
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