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Young Colorectal Cancer Patient Talks Stage 3 Cancer, Raising Children While Sick

Annie Schreiber's family, friends, church, and community at-large rallied around to support her during her rectal cancer treatment

Annie, her husband Sven, and their kids Calvin, Evelyn, and Sylvia. Annie began seeing signs of colorectal cancer, like blood in her stool, about a month after this family vacation to Disney World.
Annie, her husband Sven, and their kids Sylvia (in Annie's arms) and Evelyn and Calvin, left to right. Annie began seeing signs of colorectal cancer, like blood in her stool, about a month after this family vacation to Disney World.Annie Schreiber
    Annie, her husband, and their three children.
    Annie, her husband, and their three children.Annie Schreiber
    Annie and baby Sylvia (left) visiting Annie's sister, Bethany, and niece. Sylvia briefly lived with Bethany during Annie's cancer treatment a few years later.
    Annie and baby Sylvia (left) visiting Annie's sister, Bethany, and niece. Sylvia briefly lived with Bethany during Annie's cancer treatment a few years later.Annie Schreiber
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    Pamela Kaufman

    Pamela Kaufman got her professional start covering health at Vogue, where she wrote two columns on news and trends as well as feature stories. Her interest in healthy eating brought her to Food & Wine, where she became executive editor. Today she writes articles about health and food, profiles courageous people living with chronic disease, and pursues all kinds of great stories. You can follow her adventures as an eater, mom, and traveler @pamkaufman.