"Positive information benefits us emotionally, physically, and mentally. It contributes to a happier, healthier life."
By Good News Network Wednesday, March 28, 2012
When Grayson Gilbert was in treatment for a rare form of pancreatic cancer, he didn't doubt for a second that he'd be OK.
In 1995, Gilbert had been diagnosed with a cancer so rare in children that the doctors were entering uncharted territory when prescribing aggressive chemotherapy and surgery.
At 22 years old, the Maryland boy survived so long, that he has proven himself right -- and baffled most doctors.
In January he started a charity called Inspirational Medicine, with the goal of connecting ailing children with their heroes, be they athletes, authors or artists.
(READ the story in Towson Patch)
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I think there needs to be a change of consciousness with the news ... to try to seek a higher ground. Why can't it be more representative of the way the world really is? I think we don't know what the bombardment of crime and violence does to our minds, I think we're in denial about it.