• Caren Gorenberg

    04/13/2016

    Caren Gorenberg is on a journey for lung cancer answers. With advanced stage disease, she is frustrated that the nation’s biggest cancer killer does not receive top research dollars. In 2010, Caren led runners and walkers on a 5-K event that started at The Cancer Center and ended at the Duck Pond at North Florida Regional Medical Center.

  • Kim Bosshardt

    04/13/2016

    Kim Bosshardt’s husband and family mean everything to her. Not long after the birth of her third child, she learned she had breast cancer. Kim turned her passion for her family into strength and spirit to help her beat her disease.

  • Storm Roberts

    04/13/2016

    Storm Roberts is one of the best-known people in Gainesville. He is Storm of the Storm & Chris team on morning drive on WKTK-FM. In his words, Storm shares his real life with listeners. And that sharing took a whole new turn when he was diagnosed with prostate cancer.

  • Artie Wachter

    04/13/2016

    To say Artie Wachter leads an active lifestyle is a major understatement. When he learned he had prostate cancer, Artie did some research to find out what kind of treatment would help him beat cancer and get him back to his lifestyle as fast as possible. He found that advanced technology and the doctor to help him at The Cancer Center.

  • Donald Shea

    04/13/2016

    When Donald Shea learned he can colon cancer, surgeons removed the cancerous tissue. Then he endured follow-up treatment that he swore he’d never go through again. Trouble is, Donald’s cancer returned a few years later in his liver and lung.

  • Janie Harris

    04/13/2016

    When Janie Harris was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2012, she already had practice at helping someone close to her deal with cancer. Her beloved husband, Willie, faced prostate cancer years earlier. Just as she had supported the love of her life, he gave her support

  • Ginger's Journal

    04/13/2016

    My life was going in the right direction. I am of a mom of 4 wonderful sons: Joshua, 29, Matthew, 27, Dustin, 19, and Jacob, 4. I have one Grandson, Colton, he’s three. I have a great husband who is a full time paramedic with Alachua County. I work full time at Clay Electric in Keystone Heights as a customer service representative in the call center.