Fear + Courage = Hope

When my child was fighting cancer, this is what I lived in, every day:


But my son is a brave young man, and he understood that courage doesn’t mean the absence of fear.

During his journey with brain cancer, I was his caregiver, and as we pushed fear aside, we focused on one thing:


My child faced something most people never do at any age. At 19 years old, he was forced to look death in the face, but somehow he managed to smile:


He didn’t take No for an answer. Click here to read his story.








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