The summer of 2014 was an eye-opening one for Tony Rash.
That June, the Longview resident began to feel off. His appetite was gone, and when he did eat, it only took a couple bites for him to feel full.
He knew something was not right but kept finding excuses for his unusual symptoms.
”It was so easy for me when I first started to say ‘Oh, it’s hot. I’m not eating as much because it’s hot weather,’” Rash said. “So many times we put off what we know are real problems.”Continue reading “Cancer survivor: Listen to that voice in your head saying something is wrong”