Dan Dry Dock Shockley

Interviewed by Moyez Jiwa

Retired U.S. Navy, Operation Desert Storm; Enduring and Iraqi Freedom veteran and 10 year hereditary colon cancer WARRIOR. My purpose is to educate the medical community about AFAP, continuing the legacy of Dr. Henry T. Lynch, on the importance of early detection in hopes of saving lives. Dr. Lynch is credited w/discovering AFAP. He's the founding father of hereditary cancer research. I met him shortly after my diagnosis and successful total-proctocolectomy surgery. Dr. Lynch considered me a colleague through the years and was tracking my journey. My mantra is a positive spin on a bleak diagnosis: Always Forge Ahead w/a Purpose!

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