Blood is the body'st truth: a runner's journey with myeloma
Dr. Faith Davies is the Director of Perlmutter Cancer Center’s Clinical Myeloma Program. She is also a recreational runner completing the 2006 NYC marathon. Dr. Davies has done several midnight runs and other shorter distances usually with her doctor husband. This is Gotta Run's 300th episode opening up its 12th year on the air. Its mantra 'fitness means freedom' plays well in Dr. Davies cancer world to meet the challenges of life-saving treatments.
Jorge Lee is a man on the move . From captaining the Thanksgiving Day balloons to running the annual Disney Dopey at Disney, his greatest pleasure is being a dad to his young daughter.This special episode opens 'Gotta Run with Will's 11th year on cable TV!
In 2018, 24-year runner Mark Carles was given three months to live. His liver cancer was inoperable. David Carles, Mark's baseball brother, steps up to find a gifted doctor that does the impossible. Host and friend to the Carles brothers gets to ask the questions.
Lånce Svendsen sits down with host Evan Wood to discuss the origins of the Run Anyway NYC 2012 Marathon and its aftermath. Lånce's memoir "Run Anyway" took six years to write coming out nearly 9 years after Hurricane Sandy forced Mayor Mike Bloomberg to cancel the world's biggest Marathon!