Two years ago Mike Lyons found out the colon cancer he thought he beat five years before was back and, worse, had spread to his lungs and liver. Still, Lyons, 58, of Green remains upbeat. He said he has beaten cancer before and he plans to do it again. “Some people are told they have cancer and they feel it’s a death sentence. I feel like it’s just something that happened to me,” Lyons said. “I don’t want cancer to define who I am. It’s an interesting place in life, but I’m not upset about it. It just is what …
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