Living proof: Kayakers embark on 301-mile journey
August 16, 2017
BUSHKILL, Pa. (AP) — When Carolyn Choate was diagnosed with stage three breast cancer in 2003, her tumor had already grown the size of a golf ball. Doctors gave her three years to live.
Fourteen years later, Choate is kayaking the Delaware River for a cause that's close to her heart: continuing the work of the woman who saved her life.
"This trip is our tribute to Dr. Angela Brodie," Choate said. "She's not here to see me finish this, but we want her work to continue."
Brodie's research at the University of Maryland School of Medicine has extended the lives of thousands of women. The Brit...