Doing Your Part to Beat Breast Cancer
One out of
eight women will be diagnosed with breast cancer during her lifetime; one in
eight. Each year, more than 200,000 American women are diagnosed with this
condition. One hopeful aspect about breast cancer, however, is that earlier
detection and better treatment methods are allowing more women to overcome
cancer and enjoy many years of life after defeating their cancers. One such...
Cancer Strikes Out
Add throwing a major league no-hitter to the list of accomplishments by cancer survivors who decide to grow bolder after their diagnosis.
Barbara Hillary is a 75-year-old cancer survivor who recently became the first black woman to reach the North Pole.
When Bob Lee survived colon cancer, he put his pedals to the metal to raise money for the disease.
Doctors gave Sean Swarner two death sentences, but now he's on top of the world.
Bob Becker was 57 before he ran his first marathon and he was running strong until a double whammy threatened to end his running career.
Despite his struggles with a rare form of pancreatic cancer, Tony Handler is still pushing himself to complete triathlons.
Cancer survivor Bernie Sher isn't letting a little thing like retirement keep him from competing in the toughest triathlon competition in the world.