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 & 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. Click here to learn more!
Nominated for Emmy Awards in its first two season, Surviving & Thriving is brought to you by Growing Bolder in partnership with Florida Hospital and WKMG Local 6.
The Suncoast Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences has nominated Growing Bolder for two EMMY® Awards, honoring the company’s first documentary Conquering Kilimanjaro, as well as its special series Surviving & Thriving®.
An alarming number of men are being diagnosed with a symptomless cancer, and you’ll never believe what it’s been liked to: sex. Find out what you need to know about preventing, diagnosing and treating this cancer.
In this episode of “Surviving & Thriving,” Jane Pauley reveals how she picked up the pieces when she thought her lifelong career was over. Plus, meet a man who survived three massive heart attacks — in one day!
Surviving & Thriving host Wendy Chioji is in the midst of a battle against a recurrence of thymic carcinoma. She’s just enrolled in a new cutting-edge clinical trial and she’s sharing an update on how it’s affecting her health and her passions for fitness and travel. It’s an inspirational message of hope and a testament to the power of hope.
It’s hard to say that cancer is ever a good thing but time after time, people say in many ways, it’s actually a blessing in disguise. That was certainly the case for a young boy, whose cancer discovery led to the discovery of a life-threatening heart condition.
The man who has beaten cancer over and over again is now ranked number two in the world for his age group, in the Ironman 70.3 distance. It would be an incredible feat for any athlete, but since Tony has to swim for 1.2 miles, bike for 56 miles and run for 13 miles at every event, it also proves that when you believe in yourself and refuse to give up, you can achieve amazing things.