Colorectal Cancer Survivors & Stories from Patients
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CTCA Colorectal Cancer Survival Stories
Colorectal cancer survivors at Cancer Treatment Centers of America (CTCA) have a story to tell. In this section, you will read the first-hand accounts of survivors who used courage within and the strength of a care team to fight the disease. These stories of colorectal cancer survival will inspire you, so keep reading.
Learn about what makes CTCA different and how we can help you fight the disease. Read on and these courageous colorectal cancer survivors will share with you how they battled cancer with the help of CTCA.
“At CTCA, I finally got the help I needed. I firmly believe that you need those other things—naturopathic medicine, nutrition, mind-body therapy, and such—to get you through cancer treatment.”
“From the get-go, my CTCA care team was on the same page as I was. They invited me to have a say in my treatment, and I was never given a time limit. Instead, I was given hope and a commitment that they’d fight with me.”
“My doctors offered confidence and assurance along with peace and hope. Each doctor, nurse and care provider was uplifting and compassionate. I felt as though God’s love came across in volumes, shining brightly from each person. Everyone went the extra mile for me and my family.”
“CTCA is a positive, caring, compassionate, upbeat facility. The fact that everything is under one roof without the need to be running all over town for appointments was a huge stress reliever... My oncologist, Dr. Jagg, is really wonderful! They could not have matched me up with a better oncologist. I continue to see him for my regular checkups. Dr. Taylor and Dr. Greeff have been great, too. And, I can’t say enough about the caring staff, nurses and all the other employees I encountered. They are the cream of the crop.”
"When I first went into Cancer Treatment Centers of America, I felt this is a place of life, definitely a place of hope. And that’s what I needed more than anything. And I realized I could be a survivor. They took additional time with me. They wanted to be absolutely certain that they took care of everything I needed."