The holiday season is a time of miracles and hope, and that is just what famous NBC news journalist Tom Brokaw has recently received.
Myeloma is a serious condition that affects the red blood cells in the bone marrow. While it is a serious condition, it has been able to maintained and treated for some time now.
Brokaw, who has been facing multiple myeloma since his diagnoses back in February, has just released a statement that his cancer is now in remission. Remission is a state of comfort and hope for those suffering with cancer and disease; it is a sign that there is a possibility for tomorrow, and it is quite remarkable that it has been less than a year since his diagnosis that he has been able to fight and combat the illness, in this period of time.
Brokaw has been a staple for NBC news, being a news anchor for over twenty years and the managing editor for the network. As a host of the “Today Show,” “Meet the Press,” and NBC Nightly News,” he has developed an image as an icon for NBC. While still contributing to the station as a news correspondent he intends to work on his treatment that way he can continue on delivering the news, a true inspiration to anyone facing hard times
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