Scholarship Essay

A Brush Stroke: Rhio O’Connor

A Brush Stroke: Rhio O’Connor

A Champion’s Heart

A Champion’s Heart

A Chance At Surviving Mesothelioma?

A chance at surviving Mesothelioma?

A Courageous Man

In trying to understand life, we must be prepared to continuously learn.

A Decision Has To Be Made

James “Rhio” O’Connor had been given the most devastating news a person could receive.

A Determined Spirit

A Determined Spirit

A Diagnosis Of Cancer

A Diagnosis of Cancer

A Different Perspective

The story of James O’Connor is one of inspiring dedication, intellect, hard work, and most of all a story about a man’s will to live.

A Dire Cancer Prognosis

A Dire Cancer Prognosis

A Dramatic Diagnosis

A Dramatic Diagnosis

A Fate Worth Fighting For

A Fate Worth Fighting For

A Fight For All Of The Above

A Fight For All Of the Above

A Fight Till The End

Mesothelioma cancer, like many other forms of cancer has no cure only treatments such as: surgery, chemotherapy, and radiation therapy.

A Great Deal Of Determination

It takes a great deal of determination for a man, condemned to death, to reject such a prognosis as terminal cancer, and seek out a chance to live.

A Hero’s Hope

A Hero’s Hope

A Leader And A Philosopher

James "Rhio" O'Connor is an extraordinary gentleman.

A Man Of Courage And Faith

Everyday someone is diagnosed with an incurable disease many of whom, are not expected to live a year past diagnosis; but then there are some who have prolonged their lives using only their will power, faith and gained knowledge to survive.

A Miracle

Imagine sitting in a hospital room waiting for the doctor to deliver the dreadful news.

A Miraculous Story Of Survival

The prospect of individual mortality is the most tormenting notion haunting each human being on the planet.

A Note To My Grandbabies

A Note To My Grandbabies

A Nursing Student’s Look At An Incurable Cancer

A Nursing Student’s Look at an Incurable Cancer

A Paradigm Of Hope

“What would you do if you faced the same challenges that Rhio Faced?”

A Patient’s Prognosis Is Not A Final Word For Their Life

I am a nursing student and I realize the importance of patient education.

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