“I would like to take a moment and describe my HERO. My HERO cannot fly, stop speeding trains, or save the world. Rather my HERO wakes up every morning to face a new day, knowing that day will likely be filled with pain and nausea. My HERO has the strength to endure long drives to the hospital for exams and blood draws. My HERO has the ability to face illness, without losing his sense of humor. My HERO can understand that even though his tumor is gone, his cancer is a life-long battle. My HERO, though a child, can face adult situations and participate in medical decisions. My Hero, my strength, my courage, MY SON” -Ingrid Stolmack, mom of cancer survivor.