I've worked with Rob for about five years now. Anyone who knows him knows he's a plumber. That makes me a plumber too, so I'm not really good at this stuff. For him and his family's sake, I'll try to keep the story short and to the point.
Rob hadn't been feeling well for a while, but like so many of us he put off getting checked out. It just wasn't worth it to miss the day of work. When he finally did get his physical and blood work he was called the next day and told to get himself to the ER.
The blood tests showed a red blood cell count that was just barely able to keep him conscious. The other tests found a large tumor on his colon.
He had surgery to get the tumor out (18 inches of colon removed) and more tests showed that the cancer spread, and is now what doctors call stage 4.
Rob's in good spirits, but he's in for quite the fight over the next 6 months. He's been prescribed 6 months of chemotherapy.
He's already been out of work dealing with this for a little over a month. Now it's time he devotes himself and his energy into getting back to 100%
Everyone that knows Rob Curtis knows he would do anything to help them out if they were in need. It's time we give Rob a hand.
- Justin Haras
- Jeannie Loichinger
- Joseph Ramos
- Jeff Earll
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