Cancer Can Be A Setback And An Opportunity

Two weeks before Christmas 2011, our lives changed forever when Eric was diagnosed with Grade 4 Glioblastoma (GBM), an extremely aggressive form of brain cancer.

He was given a prognosis of 6 to 12 months and told to ‘fight like hell.’ Eric was 29; our son, Bryce, was 3.

From that moment on we became laser focused on living - not just surviving, but truly living. It is a choice we continue to make every day.

Today, Eric is considered an ‘extreme survivor,’ a term used to describe the less than 1% of patients who have lived with GBM for 10 years or more.

It’s difficult for our medical team to tell us what lies ahead, but to come this far has been a blessing.

We know how ugly cancer is. We also know that it gave us a chance to live more fully, and we hope our story inspires you to do the same.

In Life, Some Moments Change You, And Some Define You. Eric’s Diagnosis Did Both.

We have always felt that we were given this diagnosis for a reason, and in 2014 Cancer Canknot came to life.

Cancer Canknot is dedicated to funding cancer research and changing how people think about this disease. We want people to know that despite everything cancer touches, it cannot take away what matters most.

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