Like most people, Judy Golz was scared when she was diagnosed with cancer. She was worried that she would miss out on life’s great moments, like watching her kids grow up.
“My son just got married. When I was first diagnosed my son was 10, and I really didn’t know if I’d make it to see them ever get married,” Judy says. “So for me, to be sitting at the wedding and do my mother-son dance was even more powerful.”Read More
Judy’s message? Cancer doesn’t have to be a death sentence — and you can learn to live with the disease.