Neil Balter, who founded California Closets at the age of 17, is a world famous success story. But his life and perspective changed when his son was diagnosed with Autism. And then Balter had to face his own cancer diagnosis. He was told that he had 12 months to live.
“I was absolutely terrified, there was nothing I was thinking about other than survival.” College student Cooper Poze shares his emotional cancer journey. And how paying it forward at Camp Sunrise helped him heal.
“I figured there was some reason I was saved and I needed to find out what it was.” Published Author, Judy Pearson, survived cancer and went on to build her second act in life by helping women share their own stories of courage on stage. She calls it post-traumatic growth.