The stories you are about to see will not only inspire and entertain you but will change the way you look at struggles in your own life. In this episode, see how a group of cancer survivors and advocates reached the summit of the world’s highest freestanding mountain.
When we first met Larry Roofner, he’d quit his executive job to pursue his passion for woodworking following a heart attack, calling it the best time of his life. Then he nearly lost his life in a cycling accident. Find out how he’s battled back.
Every time Diann Uustal gets into the pool, she’s proving her doctors wrong. Two devastating accidents several years apart left her with crippling injuries. Today, the 67-year-old is smashing world records and spreading a message of hope.
Active Baby Boomers can pursue their passions for decades, and now, even a potentially serious injury no longer has to sideline them. World-renowned neurosurgeon Dr. Robert Masson explains the crucial role patients play in their own recoveries.
With a lengthy family history of cancer, this artist and activist vowed she’d do everything she could to stay healthy. But the disease caught up to her and now Beverlye Hyman Fead is making a difference.
Confused about recent reports on prostate cancer testing? NBA legend Oscar Roberston says our greatest weapon against cancer is knowledge.
His life was one of abuse and rejection. The more he suffered, the stronger his resolve. No one believed in him, until a chance meeting with a fledgling talk show host changed everything.
By age 16, Leon Fleisher was performing at Carnegie Hall, but then he was struck by a rare disease that robbed him of the use of his right hand. He sought a cure and learned to be a one-handed concert pianist.