I am a 3-time cancer survivor and a real time benefactor of cancer research innovation. I was first diagnosed with Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma in 2001 and treated with conventional therapy. After a relapse in 2003, I was treated with an immunotherapy innovation. In 2012, my NHL returned and I had a stem cell transplant. I am healthy and surviving today because of cancer innovation. When I was first diagnosed and in treatment, I was inspired by the cancer survivorship programs of Lance Armstrong and his Livestrong Foundation. At the same time, I read the early research by two oncologists about the possible relationship of increased survival and physical fitness: The Force Program. Further research in later years has confirmed this. Since starting a planned fitness regimen in 2002, today I am a top level senior (65+), bicycle racer, and coach. In 2011, I placed 7th in the US Senior National Games and in 2013, I placed 23rd only 8 months after my stem cell transplant. I am truly grateful for all the cancer research and innovation. My goal today is to continue to inspire and coach other cancer survivors.