Hockey wasn’t the only challenge in Shayne Corson’s life. The former NHL star was diagnosed with ulcerative colitis (UC) at age 15.
“When I first found out, I looked upon it as just another mountain I had to climb,” he told me. “My symptoms included cramps and bad diarrhea but I felt I should keep it to myself and I hid it from my teammates.”
There were times he had to leave the ice to go to the bathroom, he recalls. “Colitis is a tough disease. It’s hard on your body. Sometimes I had no energy and everything I ate and drank just ran through my system.”
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