Running with colon cancer, sports medicine doctor takes on the odds

December 1st, 2014
In September, sports medicine physician Michael Ross received a surprising diagnosis: Stage 4 colon cancer.
This 43-year-old father of two is one of about 130,000 people diagnosed with colon cancer each year in the U.S. But Ross isn't taking the diagnosis – or treatment – lying down. Instead, this triathlete has kept running, albeit a little bit slower, while receiving chemotherapy. 

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