An avid runner for many years, Kate Horton knows what it means to have endurance. This endurance, however, took on a whole new meaning in the spring of 2013. Kate noticed what looked like swelling in her abdomen, and had a feeling that something wasn’t right. After a visit to her physician, Kate was quickly sent to West Cancer Center, where she was diagnosed with stage 3C ovarian cancer. Despite surgeries and rounds of chemotherapy, Kate continued to stay active throughout her entire treatment process, running more than 1,000 miles the year she was diagnosed. When her cancer returned in 2014, Kate elected a cutting-edge treatment plan at West Cancer Center in hopes to eradicate this stubborn disease for good. Today, Kate is cancer free, and thankful for the entire staff at West Cancer Center – a staff that has always been by her side, fighting with her throughout her cancer journe
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