Colorectal Cancer

Colorectal cancer is a disease in which cancer cells form in the tissues of the colon and rectum. Colorectal cancer is treated by specialists in the Gastrointestinal Cancer Program.

Todd Loveday

Todd Loveday says his friends get a little tired of his continual cheerleading for colonoscopy and colon cancer screening, but you really can’t blame him. Colonoscopy saved his life.

Read Todd's story.

Billie Mount

In Memory
When you think of doilies, Navy seamen don’t usually come to mind. But Huntsman Cancer Institute (HCI) patient Billie Mount learned tatting—the art of making lace—while serving in the Korean War.

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Dov Siporin, cancer survivor

In Memory
Diagnosed with stage IV colorectal cancer in January 2008, Dov was known for his impromptu stand-up comedy routine, playful pranks with staff, and founding Team Tumor, a group of cancer survivors who participate in events that raise awareness and funds for cancer research.

Read Dov's story.