Eric Winterroth's Numerical Defiance Page
Welcome to my personal page for this year's Seattle Brain Cancer Walk!
As many of you already know my story, I was diagnosed with brain cancer in December 2013. I had successful brain surgery to remove the tumor by an excellent surgeon (Dr Charles Cobbs). However they were unable to get all of the cells and we've been monitoring my progress with follow up MRIs since then. In February of 2016, my MRI wasn't the "no news is good news" that we had become accustomed to and were hoping for. I spent the majority of that year undergoing radiation treatments and chemo therapy. It was a long and grueling process but I survived and endured. In In December of that year, I was given the news that there was no evidence of new growth and we were going back to the observation mode.
I'm once again asking you for donations for the Seattle Brain Cancer Walk for my team. The walk this year takes place on May 5th at the Seattle Center. It's a very leisurely walk for all ability levels and there's no requirement for speed or completion. For more information about Seattle Brain Cancer Walk, visit:
We've created a page on Facebook for our team Numerical Defiance
We wil hopefullyl be having another wine tasting event at Elevation Cellars this year. Please check back for future updates.
Our silent auctions have been a HUGE success so we are doing another one!!! This years silent auction will be held on Saturday April 13, 2019 at my parents' house and updates are posted to that facebook page with new items. Please join that page if you are interested as we will have updates on auction items and other events as we get closer to the walk!
Thank you for everything you guys have done and continue to do for me, it's humbling and I'm truly grateful! I wish you health and happiness always!
I hope that you can join me this year by donating or walking with me. Every person who walks, donates or volunteers is helping make a positive impact on brain cancer research. Please click the buttons on the upper right hand side for simple ways to do both. No amount is too small because everything donated will make a difference to those currently surviving or yet to be diagnosed with brain cancer. The research done with your donations, provides possible new approaches for future more effective treatments and creates hope of eradicating this disease for so many people and families that have been devestated by brain cancer.
Thank You for Everything!
Dont ever give up!