Frank Izaguirre, now a doctoral student at West Virginia University, was shocked when he was diagnosed with colon cancer at age 26.
Frank Izaguirre, now a doctoral student at West Virginia University, was shocked when he was diagnosed with colon cancer at age 26.
Frank Izaguirre, now a doctoral student at West Virginia University, was shocked when he was diagnosed with colon cancer at age 26.

20-somethings have twice the risk of getting colon cancer

May 27, 2017 11:00 AM

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