Firefighters save lives but now the lives they need to save may be their own.
When Mark Rine was first diagnosed with Melanoma, it had already progressed to stage four.
"I don't know how many times people said oh, you got lucky, you got skin cancer... but a person dies from melanoma every 57 minutes," Rine said.
Doctors gave Rine a 10% chance to five years. That was six years ago.
"Terminal is a hard word. When your 10-year-old son asks 'daddy what does terminal mean?' You have to explain that to your child," he said.
Rine's diagnosis set him on a search for answers. He collected data across Ohio.
"How many of our guys are getting cancer, when are they getting cancer, what kind of cancers are they getting," Rine said.
And what he found helped to start a movement.