Hello. I'm Mark and I'm 21. In 2010 one of the kindest doctors diagnosed me with celiac disease. First, I was shocked, because these days I ate a lot of burgers. Then I realized that I have to change my life, first of all, I should leave junk food then I should search for alternatives. The gluten-free meal costs a little fortune and it's really hard to find a good bio shop in my country. The second shock was consequences if I won't eat gluten-free foods I will die painfully. So left every gluten from my life. Then I finished middle school i became a bit independent. I moved to dormitory because my university was relay far from my home.
Because of the work and my studies I didn't have time to focus on my food. I used the same knife plate and other things as my roommates. I started to lose weight I became more and more tired. So I went to the local doctor who wasn't as kind as my old one and after a colonoscopy, he diagnosed me with cancer.
Now I'm in stage 1 and I'm funding for my surgery in a better hospital. Hungarian government doesn't support hospitals and Hungarian hospitals are in terrible condition. I'm afraid that I won't have enough time to wait for the Hungarian government!
I hope the polyp will leave my body as soon as possible!