Scholarship Essay

Arellano, Lupe

Reading about Rhio O’Conner life’s story made me look at my own situation.

Arévalo, Philip

Living Through

Arredondo, Anna

If I had Cancer

Arsenault, Joshua Taylor

I would like to use a personal reference that started long before I was even born as my basis for writing this essay.

Ashing, Nandy

True Inspiration

Atkinson, Jerrod W.

Cancer is feared by almost everyone.

Austin, Jami

Not Ready Yet

Avila, Yenisel

If children have the ability to ignore all odds and percentages, then maybe we can all learn from them. When you think about it, what other choice is there but to hope? We have two options, medically and emotionally: give up, or fight like hell.

Bach, Ashley E.

Facing any illness can’t be truly appreciated until you have been given a diagnosis yourself.

Bacon, Marian

What steps would you take if you were given a dire cancer prognosis?

Bae, Hyeon Jin (Gordon)

You wait alone in a windowless room too large to be a closet but too small to hold a hospital bed.

Bailey, Jessica

The Dead End Sign

Bailey, Louis

James Rhio O Connor’s story inspires me but it also frightens me.

Baker, Brandon

The age of Cancer

Baker, Courtney

I was amazed upon reading the personal life account of James O’ Connor and the struggles that he overcame in the pursuit of life preservation.

Baker, Kyle

The Inspirational Story of James “Rhio” O’Connor

Bakos, Anastasia

I was six years old when my Mother was diagnosed.

Ball, Jane

Blame it on Rhio

Balmain, Douglas Matthew

The Power Of The Mind

Balsamo, Tabatha A.

Rhio O’ Connor was a mesothelioma survivor; he found his own path to outlive his prognosis by actively participating in finding an adequate therapeutic protocol along side with his doctors.

Banaszak, Amanda

“I worship this tenacity and the beautiful struggle we’re in.” Pitch, Lang

Banks-Barksdale, Santeria S.

Mesothelioma Cancer: What would you do?

Banser, Samantha

Mesothelioma is a rare form of cancer that occurs in the mesothelium.

Bard, Sullivan

Your Prognosis: Improve It by Learning and Laughing

Barger, Reagan Nicole

It is an honor to be given the opportunity to write about the courage of Rhio O’Connor.

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