In 1968, doctors told Greg Kindell that he had acute myeloid leukemia and he had just six weeks to live. Now he’s been cancer-free for 50 years.
I didn’t expect to be here to write this column. When I say “here,” I don’t mean OMRF or Oklahoma. I mean here, as in, on this earth. You see, I’ve been diagnosed with cancer. Twice. The first time was no big deal. I know it sounds like I’m being a tough guy, but that’s not the […]