Climber Sean Swarner Beat Cancer Twice Before Age 20, Climbed Mount Everest, & Now Helps Cancer Survivors Realize Their Own Strength

Published Jan 4, 2021

Climber Sean Swarner Beat Cancer Twice Before Age 20, Climbed Mount Everest, & Now Helps Cancer Survivors Realize Their Own Strength

Climber Sean Swarner faced two separate cancer battles by the time he was 16, and was told he only had a few weeks to live. He fought, and won. Now, he's encouraging other cancer survivors to reach to new heights. He shares his story with SurvivorNet.

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