Keith Hollingsworth

Keith Hollingsworth

I was diagnosed with Stage IV Colon Cancer on 5/5/21, have completed several surgeries and am currently on my 2nd line of chemotherapy.

When I heard those words “You have cancer” as you can imagine, my world flipped upside down. I immediately thought…”How long do I have.” I am a husband to my wife Casey of 15 years, as well as a father to my 2 sons Logan and Parker.… Read more

Meagan Lockhart

Meagan Lockhart
I was diagnosed with stage 4 colon cancer with mets to liver in March of 2019 at the age of 29. My initial oncologist told me I was inoperable and offered palliative chemotherapy. As a mom of a young toddler and newborn this was simply not okay.

As my way of coping I threw myself into research of therapies that may give me more time with my family.

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Betsy Post

Betsy Post
I came to COLONTOWN as primary caregiver for my sister, Pam, who was diagnosed with stage four colorectal cancer in 2016. She endured numerous chemotherapies, surgeries, procedures, and hospital stays with a smile on her face and with a world-famous thumbs up. COLONTOWN became Pam’s family. She loved meeting fellow patients and caregivers, both online and in person, and they certainly loved her.
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Jason Randall

Jason Randall

I am a Stage 4a colorectal cancer survivor.

I was diagnosed in 2018 at the age of 35 and this news sent my life into a tailspin. I was told I was inoperable due to the extent of cancer in my liver, would be on chemotherapy for my entire life, and that everything we were doing was to extend my life or for palliative reasons.… Read more

Kim Austin

I am a Stage IV colorectal cancer survivor, diagnosed in 2013. I’ve been part of the COLONTOWN community for more than five years. After joining, I quickly took on leadership roles. I serve on the COLONTOWN Cabinet,  manage the Onboarding team, am the Community Leader for our BLUE LIGHT SPECIAL COMMUNITY and am also a Neighborhood Host for numerous groups.… Read more