Interview Series
Incurable Cancer Until Now – Mark Schaible
MARK SCHAIBLE, INSPIRER

markschaibleinterview-pic-boxAfter joining the Air Force, Mark became its No. 1-rated experimental test pilot and a top 1% officer. But in April 1999, at age 34, he was diagnosed with Waldenstrom’s macroglobulinemia, an uncommon and deadly form of blood cancer that usually affects people older than 65. Not only did God heal him from the disease, Mark now speaks to groups everywhere about his experience in an effort to give hope to others facing cancer. In 2011, Mark spent two months in Nepal in an attempt to become the first bone marrow transplant recipient to reach the summit of Mount Everest.