Michael Crossland was diagnosed with an incurable cancer with a 4% survival rate when he was just a boy. He was the only child who survived an experimental drug, and was allowed to go home, but was told he’d never go to school or play sports. Always told no, he and his mother persisted. She trained him, taught him, and nursed him back to health—and now he’s a successful retired athlete who got married, accomplished what he wanted, and lived the American dream. Watch the story to understand how his incredible mother—and their joint determinism—helped heal “incurable” cancer.