Having Cancer Means Learning to Be Selfish – And That’s OK!
There are times when a person must fight for the good life.
Speech and swallowing dysfunction are frequent after-effects of head and neck cancer and its treatment.
I accepted it was time for me to face reality, and the reality was I had cancer.
Cancer survivorship and the sport of wrestling have at least one thing in common – there are some things you get into that you don’t know how to get out of.
I was on the cusp of my new life, traveling the world, growing as an artist, and exploring new avenues of spirituality.
Where I come from, looking good was all that mattered. In Grosse Pointe, MI, in the 1950s, what you wore to church on Sunday was more important than how you behaved during the week.
Former Buffalo Bills quarterback Jim Kelly shares how he stayed "Kelly Tough" through two rounds with cancer.