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Living with colorectal cancer: One patient's story

A recent Stanford Hospital & Clinics video tells the story of a patient with colorectal cancer whose treatment wound up being much different than he had expected. “You’ll need a colostomy, I’m 100 percent certain,” was what William Mussone was told when he was first diagnosed at a local hospital. But after coming to Stanford for a second opinion, he discovered that physicians here had other ideas on how to manage the disease over its years-long course. Click play to hear his story.

Previously: No day on the beach: A colon cancer survivor’s story

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