I’m a veterinarian, a triathlete, a husband, and a pet owner. In early 2017, cancer attacked the two most important things in my life: my wife and my dog. My wife, Dr Cindy Langdon, is a warrior. She underwent radical surgery and brutal chemotherapy. She is a survivor. I’m grateful for every day we have together. My dog, Ernie, fought his best in a short, intense battle with cancer. We lost him, and we miss him terribly, every day.
Now I’m fighting back. I’m racing the Hawaiian Ironman in October, and dedicating the race to the fight against cancer. The money I raise will be donated to the Baker Institute at Cornell University’s College of Veterinary Medicine. Currently, they are performing research on the similarities between veterinary and human cancers, with a focus on finding and developing new approaches to fight these horrible diseases in both people and pets. Every donation will help.
For me and my family, this isn’t just a race; it’s a mission. Backed by the strength of my wife and the memory of Ernie, my mission is to raise as much support as I can to fight cancer. I need your help.
Please join me in fighting back against cancer by making a gift today. Please DONATE NOW.