June 20, 2017
In April last year, Milton woman Renee Wallace felt a sharp pain in her lower abdomen. She had none of the typical symptoms of bowel cancer – blood in stool, anaemia or fatigue.
And typically of bowel cancer sufferers, initially she did nothing. “It could have been so easy to ignore it, to think the pain would have cleared in a day or two.”
But she knew something was wrong.
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