Episode 14: Sarah Schillaci (Hodgkin Lymphoma at 34)

Sarah was diagnosed with Hodgkin lymphoma at the age of 34 right in the middle of training for the Boston Marathon. On today’s episode, she talks about her experience with fertility preservation before starting chemotherapy, the effect treatment had on her career (she is a high school English teacher!), her running and her identity, the incredible support she received during chemotherapy and finally, what life now looks like after completing treatment.


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Related Episodes:

  1. Episode 12: Laura Revzin
  2. Episode 7: Krista Campbell
  3. Episode 6: Amanda Blauvelt

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