Sometimes, all it takes to make a difference is the spark of a good idea. Eleanor Meiner wanted to help her husband, Sam, remember some of the magic of his childhood Easters. Now, they’re brightening the holidays of thousands of sick kids worldwide.
Dr. Mark Roh is the President of MD Anderson Cancer Center Orlando and a world renowned liver cancer specialist.He says not only should every patient be treated as an individual but treated by an entire team of specialists.
NBA executive, author, motivational speaker and 58-time marathon finisher Pat Williams is facing a new challenge — multiple myeloma. Find out why he thinks it’s his calling to help find a cure.
What is Surviving & Thriving?
Struggle is a universal human experience. Life will knock us down and count us out if we allow it. Surviving & Thriving is a program filled with hope, inspiration and possibility. A program with real stories about real people who refused to give in when confronted with the kinds of challenges that nearly every family faces. From cancer to cardiac disease; the loss of a spouse to the loss of a job, Surviving and Thriving is about standing up and fighting for all that life has to offer and in some cases for life itself. These battles are rarely fought alone. We all need inspiration from the examples of others who have not only survived but thrived in the aftermath of hardship. Surviving & Thriving provides those examples.
Surviving and Thriving is brought to you by Growing Bolder in partnership with MD Anderson Cancer Center Orlando and WKMG Local 6.
After five hard weeks of nausea, fatigue, thinning hair and painful swallowing, the Wendy Chioji has been eagerly anticipating has arrived: she’s finished with her chemotherapy and radiation treatments. Find out her special message for you.
Wendy Chioji is facing a new challenge. She’s just been diagnosed with a second, unrelated cancer. In an exclusive Growing Bolder interview, Wendy candidly discusses the battle ahead of her and why she’s not afraid.
Elizabeth St. Hilaire Nelson’s life was torn apart in 1988. A college student studying abroad, Elizabeth remained in Europe when her roommates boarded Pan Am flight 103. Today, her life is a living memorial to her lost friends.