"I see a lot of people who come back for their six-month follow up. They have a positive outlook and don't let it overcome their life. I feed off of that," said Marsha. "You see them every day, and you're an example. They see you go on with life and think, if she can do it, I can."
One co-worker, herself a 12-year survivor, recognizes life's blessings by volunteering for the Relay for Life.
"A lot of facilities helped me through a difficult time," claimed Chris Estell. "So I can give back."
Together, the women race for a cure. Last year, Marshall came in fourth place in the survivor's category. Come May 17, she expects to finish in the top three.