Jul 16, 2018
Brian Hug, 45, is a father, husband, cancer survivor, jeep lover, and baseball enthusiast. On New Year's eve in 2015, Brian was diagnosed with esophageal cancer. His first thought after receiving the news was, " I'm Dead". He second thought was, "When can I attack this." The day after his birthday, Brian started treatment that involved receiving chemo for 35 days straight. After treatment, and a major surgery, Brian was able to beat it. Fast-forward to today, Brian has just been diagnosed wth stage 4 esophageal cancer. Brian's first thought this time, "Let's take care of this thing." Brian stops by to discuss how cancer has made him a better father, and husband. He stresses the importance of regular check ups and exams. He also talks about the importance of therapy, and how it has helped him deal with his emotions throughout this process. A ton of value bombs are dropped throughout this episode. Thanks Brian for sharing your story, and teaching us the importance of appreciating the small things.
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