Tim Lynch's Amazing Survival, and Meaningful Sabbatical
Penn Charter biology teacher Timothy Lynch (top left) was diagnosed with a deadly brain cancer while in graduate school and given just months to live. That was 23 years ago.
Inquirer medical writer Marie McCullough tells his amazing story, which now includes work with a team of Penn researchers who are searching for a cure for the cancer.
Last spring, Penn Charter produced a 12-minute film about Lynch's story and his sabbatical at Penn.