Brain cancer survivor turns from victim to mentor

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Greg Cantwell was working for Northwest Airlines in Minneapolis when he was diagnosed with terminal brain cancer. So much has changed since then.

Cantwell was told his chances of living another two years were only about five percent. That was nine years ago. Now living in Coralville, Iowa, Cantwell has become a mentor and role model to other cancer patients.

He says talking to people who've been down the road they're about to travel is helpful to cancer patients. And he hopes his story of survival provides some inspiration to those in need of hope.

Here is a link to his website.

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