Andrea Jamieson

Andrea Jamieson

I was lucky enough to find COLONTOWN about a year after my 43 year old husband was diagnosed with Stage 4 colon cancer in April of 2015. He has currently had well over a hundred rounds of chemo as well as HIPEC and I cannot even imagine what our life would be today without the knowledge, advice and friendships that this organization has given me.… Read more

Terri Anderson

Terri Anderson
I am a Stage IV colon cancer patient (diagnosed in February of 2019 at the age of 52 after a routine colonoscopy). Upon my diagnosis, I desperately searched for information online about my disease and wanted to join a support group where I could connect with fellow patients and find hope. 
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Tracey McQuillan Dedering

Tracey Dedering

I was diagnosed with stage iv colon cancer with extensive mets to my liver in July 2014. I was 40 and a mom of a 6 year old. I had no family history and nothing genetic to explain why this happened to me. After my diagnosis I was looking for help, answers, support, anything because I had no one to turn to who could understand what was happening to our family.… 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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Laura Videtti

Laura Videtti

I came to COLONTOWN in 2018 as primary caregiver for my husband, Dan.  He was diagnosed with stage four colorectal cancer with a single lung metastasis in 2014 after being cancer free for almost five years after an initial Stage 3C dx in 2009.  At that same time in 2014, he also was diagnosed with stage one primary breast cancer.  … Read more

Dr. Leslie Cloud

Leslie Cloud

I am a practicing physician and a proud volunteer in COLONTOWN.  I am a member of PALTOWN’s Board of Directors and its Medical and Scientific Advisory Board.

COLONTOWN is a resource unlike any other that I have encountered in my professional career or personal life.  COLONTOWN is not just another support group—it is a transformational online community that educates and empowers its members with accurate, up to date, evidence-based information about the management of all forms of CRC.  … Read more

Joe Bullock

Joe Bullock

In August of 2018, a couple of months after being diagnosed with stage 3b colorectal cancer, I started to reach out online to get additional support with my cancer diagnosis. I found COLONTOWN after hearing Charles Griffin Jr. talk about it on a podcast. After the podcast, I joined COLONTOWN and gained support from many of its groups.… Read more

Brian Spangler

Brian Spangler
I am a Stage 3b colorectal cancer survivor.  I joined COLONTOWN after my diagnosis in 2017.   I quickly learned how much I did not know about my diagnosis and treatments.  I still remember being asked if I was MSS or MSI, and I had no idea what that meant.
As a member,  COLONTOWN provided me with valuable information and resources.
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Sandra Scott

Sandy Scott

I was diagnosed with Stage IV right-side colon cancer in January, 2007.  Recurrence in August, 2015, which I’m still dealing with.  I’m Lynch.  I’ve been with COLONTOWN since 2011.  Attended Call on Congress in the early days of COLONTOWN, and also attended the first Empowered Patient Workshop.  I am the Administrator for Sunshine State Crew, and Community Leader for all our local crews around the United States. … Read more

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