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Terry Harmon, right, checks in with his surgeon, Dr. Robin Hape, nine months after surgery to remove colon cancer. (Eric Hylden / Forum News Service)

GF man advocates for cancer screening

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GRAND FORKS — Terry Harmon took some good-natured ribbing when he turned 50 in January 2013.

“Now that you’re in this ‘50s club’ you know what you’ve gotta do,” his older brother Tom told him, Harmon said.  

But Harmon was feeling “strong and healthy,” and not inclined to heed Tom’s advice to get screened for colorectal cancer.

“I had no loss of weight, I had a good appetite,” said Harmon, who lives in Grand Forks. “I was sleeping well.”

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