There is no doubt that illness teaches a person a real value of life. A person who is battling a certain disease or illness usually tries to live every moment to the fullest as they know that they only live once. But not every sick person can enjoy their life without the support of their family and closed ones. Hence, family support is very important and useful in battling illness.
There are different cancer patients and cancer survivors like Amy Robach, Bryant Gumbel, Hill Harper, and Micheal Aspel who could battle with cancer with the support of their family and friends. Likewise, today we will be talking about ESPN's sports reporter Holly Rowe who is now battling her second bout with cancer and how she is thankful for her family and son.
Holly Rowe battling with the second bout of cancer
Holly, who is in her late forties, was previously infected by a cancerous tumor on her chest which was removed in May 2015. In February 2016, she revealed that she was diagnosed with a new tumor which needs to be removed through surgery. It was a rare form of melanoma cancer. ESPN’s Sideline reporter Holly Rowe had a surgery of to remove a tumor on 2nd February 2016.
Thankful for her son, family, and well-wishers
Rowe, who is popular for jumping onto tables to get interviews of exhausted players, believes that she can achieve anything with the support of the good people and her well-wishers. While revealing about her tumor, she said-
“I once ran a marathon, and as I was struggling to finish, I said to the strangers on the side of the road, who were there to cheer for others, ‘my name is Holly, can you cheer for me too?’ I know I can conquer anything with prayer, love, positive energy and the support of good people behind me, and I am thankful for my son and amazing family.”
No doubt Holly is married, but she has been keeping her personal life private. Neither has she revealed any information about her husband. However, she has been mentioning about her son in some interviews and her social updates.
The way Holly mentions about her family in the interviews, it seems that they are very supportive and has been helping her to overcome her illness.
Born on June 16, 1966, Holly is popular for working in the sports television network, ESPN where she covers the college football and other sports. Holly is believed to receive a wonderful salary from her profession however her net worth is not disclosed yet.#Sports Reporter #ESPN