Upon receiving the call that his cancer had been confined, Ed Marx wrestled with a complicated set of emotions, which included expressing gratitude for his health, remembering others who have battled the disease, and finding ways to “create good from this.”
In preparation for his prostatectomy, Ed Marx reflects on his life’s mission to ‘shape, study, share, and serve,’ the people and events that helped create it, and how he hopes to keep living ‘a life of purpose.’
For Ed Marx, getting his affairs in order prior to beginning cancer treatment meant strengthening relationships, delegating work responsibilities, and finding ways to create some good out of a bad situation.
After recovering from the shock of receiving a cancer diagnosis, the next step is to decide on the right course of treatment and plan accordingly, says CIO Ed Marx, who shares the next chapter in his journey.
They’re the three most difficult words one can hear. But for CIO Ed Marx, who has dedicated time and resources in the fight against cancer, they mark the beginning of a journey – not an ending.