LADIES WHO INSPIRE at 2:00 p.m. TODAY on www.W4CS.com with race car driver Tina Stull

In 1998, Stull went to the Frank Hawley Drag Racing School in Pomona, Calif., but didn’t start drag racing until 2002 after being diagnosed with cutaneous T-cell lymphoma. “In 2002, I was diagnosed with terminal cancer and was told I had three years to live.”

When Stull went back to the doctor they told her, “You don’t have cancer, we can’t find it; we don’t know how to explain the pathology reports, so just go home.“

“If I was going to race when I was dying, why wouldn’t I race now that I was living,” she said.

Today Tina continues to pursue her racing career as a National Hot Rod Association Super Comp Dragster driver and is helping people everywhere overcome their obstacles and reach for their dreams. Hear this amazing story today, and about Tina’s charity: Team Troops.1 tina stull

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