Multiple myeloma survivor Jim Bond is easy to spot among the hundreds of bicyclists in the Pan Ohio Hope Ride, which takes place every July and raises money for the American Cancer Society.
Billy Streu, 35, says 4 years after he completed treatment for tongue cancer, he’s in the best physical shape of his life and he feels better than he’s ever felt.
After being diagnosed with testicular cancer, and then seeing it return, Jeremiah Ray has begun an aggressive regimen of chemotherapy that’s left him feeling drained, both physically and emotionally.
Colon cancer survivor Jermyn Williams is taking control of his health and his life. He’s cut out fast food, sugary drinks, and alcohol, and is eating more vegetables, cooking more meals at home, and drinking more water.