One thing our IoH families all have in common is the desire to help others on this same road, and to make the path easier where possible. Many of our families affected by brain cancer have particularly positive outlooks, and want to share that with anyone else facing this diagnosis.
|Photo credit: Jordan Gersh (Orlando Legacy RetreatⓇ, Feb. 2017)|
What you should know:
1. “It’s not a death sentence. Yes, it’s terminal and I know that. One day it will get me, but as of right now, it’s not. Stay strong. Don’t let it get to you, be in the moment, and be there for other people.” --Shannon Fogarty