Marty's Journey

What Marty Learned About Himself, and Life

As his treatment for HPV-related throat cancer ends, Marty gets philosophical about how he's felt and what he's learned these past 7 weeks.

Battling cancer is never easy. It's difficult physically. Personally. But as radio and TV personality Marty Griffin learned, it also pushes you to your limits mentally. In an open moment during his third and final chemotherapy treatment, Marty talks about why he feels guilty about his cancer, what he's learned about himself, and how his 7-week treatment for HPV-related throat cancer has changed him as a person.

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