Living With…Episode 022 Benjamin Rubenstein, Ewing’s Sarcoma & Myelodysplasia Survivor


The Cancer Slayer

Welcome to the show everyone! I hope you are all well!
My guest today is a speaker and the author of the CancerslayerBlog and two books, TWICE How I Became A Cancer-Slaying Super Man Before I Turned 21, as well as,  Secrets of the Cancer-Slaying Super Man. His work has also been cited by Newsweek and the New York Times.
At the age of 16, he experienced hip pain as a talented tennis player and student living in the suburbs of Washington, DC. Shortly thereafter, he was diagnosed with Ewing’s sarcoma a rare form of cancer, usually found in teenagers and young adults.
“Benjamin believed that he was no Sick Kid but a super-powered hero who had a unique ability to withstand the toxic chemicals of cancer therapy and preserve his healthy cells while zapping the round-celled malignancy that had invaded his body.”
The aggressive treatment he received at the NIH saved his life and he went on to attend the University of Virginia. Unfortunately, a follow-up CBC revealed that his bone marrow was damaged due to all of the treatments he had received. He had myelodysplastic syndrome (MDS), a disease near and dear to my heart.
For the second time he took on cancer’s challenge and won.

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