Kristin Todd, shown with husband Brian and son Logan, writes that doing battle with cancer means doing more than dedicating yourself emotionally, physically and spiritually to fighting the disease full time. You need to become an advocate for yourself to navigate the hoops and obstacles placed before you.
Kristin Todd, shown with husband Brian and son Logan, writes that doing battle with cancer means doing more than dedicating yourself emotionally, physically and spiritually to fighting the disease full time. You need to become an advocate for yourself to navigate the hoops and obstacles placed before you. Courtesy photo
Kristin Todd, shown with husband Brian and son Logan, writes that doing battle with cancer means doing more than dedicating yourself emotionally, physically and spiritually to fighting the disease full time. You need to become an advocate for yourself to navigate the hoops and obstacles placed before you. Courtesy photo

Fighting cancer, racing against time

October 31, 2015 05:00 PM

UPDATED November 01, 2015 12:00 AM

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