I have to tell you, I found something that sends shivers down my spine. Surgery.
LEWISVILLE, Texas -- Seldom does a bit of news make your life flash before your eyes. As cliché as it sounds, that's what happened to Debra Hengst on December 22, 2010 when she was told that she had breast cancer.
At the age of 18, Elite Series angler Randy Howell, battled for his life. Randy sits down with DB to discuss how illness can change your outlook on life.
Earlier this year, this woman standing alone on the dock was diagnosed with a meningioma, the most common kind of benign brain tumor. It was found growing behind her left eye, and growing quickly so close to her optic nerve that she had to have surgery right away — right during the season.
Having decided to undergo laser vision correction surgery, read how Ken Cook has improved vision and can better see fish in the water.