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Michelle Jones stared down her mortality when diagnosed with breast cancer. Now, she looks toward the present—and the future.
A rare cancer therapy gives a Michigan man a second chance at life.
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Even though she lost her hair to treatments, Ruth Hourani learned to feel beautiful again thanks to Beautiful You, a free program for women battling cancer.
Business acquaintances Bill Payne and Sean Welsh become friends, sharing their divergent yet successful prostate cancer journeys.
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