A photo of a young man with lung cancer is inspiring people on the internet to conquer their fitness goals — and to think twice before passing judgment.
"During the routine CT scan, they found abnormalities in my brain. Later that night, they told me, ‘I’m sorry, you have a brain tumour.'"
Russell Marsh told his wife, Helen, how an ill patient coughed on him at work on Feb. 12. Just two days later he fell sick with a cough and fever.
It's a "Cinderella" story for a Chicago teen who was struggling to pay her way to three big year-end events: a luncheon, graduation, prom.
The GoFundMe page for the Gaytan family and their quadruplets, not shown here, has raised nearly $1 million. It was already a stunningly poignant story: Just before New Year’s, Kayla Gaytan of Kentucky miraculously gave birth to quadruplets in the midst of her struggle with cancer, as was reported by various media. “At about 8 p.m. CT, they were at $60K, and they’re now at $800K,” a GoFundMe spokesperson told Yahoo Beauty on Friday afternoon.