Archive for October, 2010

Bill Prentice Shares His ‘Voice’ in the ‘Written Word’

Today’s ‘voice’ comes to us by way of a man who understands ‘Survivorship’ in a hugely deep way, Bill Prentice. Bill’s story is one that will cause your jaw to drop and then to stand up and cheer. He is incredibly honest and open about his own journey into ‘Survivorship’ and to where he is [...]


“My Voice” by Bill Prentice

"My Voice" by Bill Prentice

The world is an imperfect place, and I certainly contribute in my own ways to that imperfection. Yet life goes on, and for most people, they accept that they will get up in the morning, go to work, come home, do some chores, go to sleep, and do it all over again tomorrow. That is, [...]


Jack Gray Shares His ‘Voice’ in the ‘Written Word’

Today’s ‘voice’ comes to us by way of a man who without doubt is definitely a ‘Survivor’: Jack Gray. His story is one of inspiration, hope and about truly getting what being a ‘Survivor’ is all about. He will make you stand up and cheer as he pushes forward each day on his bike and [...]


“My Voice” by Jack Gray

"My Voice" by Jack Gray

Jack Gray, Shelby, Ohio.  Stage IV Prostate Cancer
Cancer has been a big part of my lives. My father and father-in-law passed away from cancer. A very close friend – I’d call her my sister in everything but blood –passed away from cancer. My wife Chris has a rare pre-cancerous disease called Paget’s disease for which [...]


Ed Duerr Shares His ‘Voice’ in the ‘Written Word’

Today’s ‘voice’ comes to us by way of a truly amazing ‘Survivor’, Ed Duerr. Ed opens up very honestly about his journey into his own ‘Survivorship’ and what this fight means to him. If you are looking for inspiration today, then you need to look no further because this warrior will definitely bring that inspiration [...]


“My Voice” by Ed Duerr

"My Voice" by Ed Duerr

My name is Ed Duerr.
I have Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma.
I am a survivor.
Cancer changes your life, and  in January 2009, the life that I had grown accustomed to, was about to come to an abrupt end.  I was diagnosed with cancer, more specifically, Waldenstrom’s Macroglobulinemia, a incurable form of Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma.  After being devastated for a week [...]