For more than 20 years, Wendy Chioji was a news anchor in Central Florida. But 12 years ago, a breast cancer diagnosis changed the trajectory of her entire life.
After fighting a very public battle against cancer, sharing all the details of her diagnosis and treatment with her viewers, she reexamined her life when she was once again cancer-free. She then left her high-profile, successful TV career behind to pursue a life of adventure in Park City, Utah.
We got Wendy to slow down long enough to catch us up on her latest happenings.
She shares the details of her recent trip to Africa with Project Humanity and how she came back feeling a lot different than she expected.
Plus, find out why she decided to do something for the first time — intentionally not finish an Ironman triathlon and what that meant to her.
Since her diagnosis, Wendy has been very active with Livestrong and spent time riding alongside Lance Armstrong. She weighs in on the recent revelations about his drug use and if it will change her association with the organization.
Finally, we pose a tough question to our western correspondent — what will it take to get her to move back to Orlando for our upcoming daily TV show.
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