"I got to thank my family for it. Because at that time I wasn't acting right, my blood wasn't right and the doctors knew that in Belcourt, but they didn't know what was wrong with me at that time.
My family knew that I was acting kind of strange, and I didn't notice it myself. Then they asked me to go to a alcoholic center, and I haven't drank for ten years and they asked me to go for a diagnosis. So I went down there and when I got in there they run me through a physical and then they found out that's when I had it, I had cancer."