Stuart Scott's battle with cancer is nothing new. He's actually been fighting the disease for the last seven years. But that doesn't make his fight any less heroic.
The New York Times sat down with the ESPN anchor recently to talk about what he goes through on a daily basis. And while Scott refused to talk at length about the cancer that has affected his body—partly because he refuses to ask his doctors exactly how bad the cancer has gotten—he does talk a lot about what he needs to do on a regular basis in order to have enough energy to work at ESPN and travel for things like Monday Night Football. It's nothing short of amazing. And it will definitely make you think twice before you complain about your job or, hell, your life.
You can read the NYT piece over here. It'll change the way you look at one of the most recognizable faces to ever work at The Worldwide Leader in Sports.