[A Q&A with ESPN reporter and cancer fighter Holly Rowe]
With a title like that, certainly you want to read a little further. If only just to figure out what is the deal with this guy?
We usually don’t realize how much we take for granted having a voice until we get sick with a cold. We lose our voice for a few days and grasp how frustrating it is to be unable to connect and communicate with others.
Life after cancer is something to celebrate because, quite simply, when you’ve faced the possibility of no life, the deliciousness of life becomes that much more powerful and precious.
What do you do when you and your child are diagnosed with devastating diseases within hours of each other?