Triathlete With Brain Cancer Who Considered Suicide Is Now Preparing for Ironman 70.3

A Hawaiin triathlete, husband, and father has chosen to turn a terminal cancer diagnosis into a reason to live life to the fullest. His tenacity is inspiring not only his family and doctors but also people far and wide. Over a year ago, Colin Clark, who lives on Hawaii’s Big Island of Kailua-Kona, was blindsided by a diagnosis of type 4 glioblastoma, the most aggressive brain tumor a patient can get. Before his November 2019 diagnosis, Clark had been experiencing some twitching in his left hand and, at times, the same hand would slip off a table, according to a statement by Cedars-Sinai Hospital in Los Angeles. After a seizure, Clark, 58, and his wife, Natascha, went to a hospital on the island of Waimea; medics then referred him to Oahu. However, when medics found out that “something was pretty serious,” the couple was referred to Cedars-Sinai Hospital; the doctors diagnosed Clark …

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