All Stories of Hope
"Pouting about it isn't going to change anything. I'm going to do whatever I need to do to get better. Esophageal cancer is life changing, in many ways. But with support and patience one can lead a normal, thriving life."
"When you get cancer, you've got no choice. You have to face it. But you do get to control your boundaries and control your attitude. You get to ask, 'How do I want to feel?' I can live my life, or I can feel very sorry for myself. I certainly know which choice I'm taking."
"I really think it's so important for us to be proactive in our own health. I'm not going to sit back and wait for a doctor to say, 'You've got to take this pill.'"