Alabama Native and Breast Cancer Survivor Suzanne Link gives Pancreatic Cancer Survivor Jeff Lawrence the thumbs up as the the two hike to the top up during the 2012 Spiritual Journey to the High Himalaya of Nepal with Above + Beyond Cancer.

Colon Cancer survivor Michael Brick makes his way to the top of Mt. Imja Tse (20,305ft) in Nepal during the Above + Beyond Cancer 2012 Spiritual Journey to the High Himalaya.

Scott Olmsted, Lymphoma Survivor holds up a prayer flag his daughter made in his honor. Scott climbed to Machu Picchu, Peru with Above + Beyond Cancer in the fall of 2014.

After taking one of the most difficult treks in Peru - the Above + Beyond Cancer team of cancer survivors and caregivers gather for a group hug at their destination, Machu Picchu.

68 year old Gail Endres got Prostate Cancer. Then, he climbed to Mount Everest Base Camp. Then, he climbed to the top of Mount Kilimanjaro. Here he is riding his bike across America.

Steve Rebelsky talks with his legislators about his cancer experience, and how they can make better policies that impact cancer research and cancer survivors.

Breast Cancer Survivor Theresa Britt hugs Above + Beyond Cancer Founder Dr. Richard Deming after the toughest day of the climb on the way to Mount Everest Base Camp in the spring of 2011.

In January of 2012, Above + Beyond Cancer took a team of cancer survivors and caregivers to the top of Mount Kilimanjaro. This is their story...

Cancer Survivor Kathy Wennihan (left) is pictured with Team Sherpa Ang Lhakpa (right) in 2012. Ang Lhakpa helped lead the Above + Beyond Cancer team to Mount Everest Base Camp, even caring for team members in her own home when illness struck. Upon our return, we found out Ang Lhakpa was diagnosed with Leukemia. We had to help her. Here's the story...

Lymphoma Survivor Andy Fleming reaches for the sky during the 2012 Above + Beyond Cancer Spiritual Journey to the High Himalaya.

True story: In 2013 this team of cancer survivors and caregivers ran across America to raise awareness and funds for cancer research and survivor programs.

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