Colon Cancer Survivor Alison Solomon Says “5 Seconds Is All It Takes To Change Your Life”

Published Jul 25, 2020

Colon Cancer Survivor Alison Solomon Says “5 Seconds Is All It Takes To Change Your Life”

Allison Solomon is a colon cancer survivor. Diagnosed seven years ago, at the age of 38, she believes that positivity and faith can get you through any struggle life throws your way.

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