Nothing can prepare you for when a loved one is given a terminal cancer diagnosis. In an instant, your life changes.
The same was true for Becky Schenck and her family. She was told she had terminal brain cancer, glioblastoma multiforme, and that she most likely had around a year to live.
Taking Action after a Terminal Cancer Diagnosis
In Becky’s case, the decisions she and her family made in the three weeks following the diagnosis resulted in Becky living ten years.
Below, Becky’s husband, Steve Schenck, shares the family’s early actions that they credit for giving them ten wonderful, additional years with Becky.