Teenager struggles to be normal despite colon cancer

10/4/2009 | Daily Advance (Elizabeth City, N.C.), The

Thomas Harris tries to be as normal a 15-year-old as he can, despite the colon cancer that keeps him up at night and has driven his parents almost to bankruptcy. He was found to have 50 polyps during his first colonoscopy, at age 11, and months later specialists found cancer cells.

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