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Cancer Survivor Says Feel the Fear and Do It Anyway!

Best Selling Author and Cancer Survivor Susan Jeffers offers a message of hope to those of us experiencing difficulties in our lives.

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In Memory of Tristan ‘A Woman of Faith’

A woman of Faith loved life in spite of cancer!

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A Cancer Setback for Jack Hoffman from ‘Team Jack’

Cancer returns for Nebraska boy who gained fame running for a touchdown in 2013 Cornhuskers' spring game.

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Coach Don Meyer Leaves Basketball Legacy with Life Lived Triumphantly

Not many people learn about a cancer diagnosis after surviving a horrendous car accident.  Even fewer can find the blessing contained within a double-barrel full of tragedy.  There was only one Don Meyer.

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I Love Life: A Woman of Faith Embraced Life!

 When she was 13 years old, Tansy Forbes was a normal teenager. 

“I was a country school kid getting ready to go into town school in Ainsworth, Nebraska.  At the time, I was practicing for cheerlea


School Bans Girl Who Shaves Head in Support of Cancer-Stricken Friend

What started out as an act of compassion has turned into a heated controversy.

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I Love Life: Tammy Brown’s Modern Day Miracle

 Tammy Brown of New Brunswick, Canada knew something was wrong, but didn’t know what it was.  “I thought I had Multiple Sclerosis.  I have a curve in my spine and I was constantly having pain in my legs.  I had a hard time walking

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Three Year Old Girl with Cancer Displays Best Attitude Ever

Ever have a three-year-old come up to you and say, “I’m Amelia and I beat cancer,” as if it were better than going to Disney World?  If only you knew how tough it was to actually reach the status of “beating” cancer.  

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STUDY: CDC Report Shows South Dakota with 10th Lowest Cancer Rate

South Dakota has one of the lowest overall cancer rates in the United States, according to a recent Centers for Disease Control study.

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Sioux Falls Prepares for Pancreatic Cancer Effort

November is Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month. As a way to mark the occasion, Sioux Falls, along with over 80 communities across the nation host the PurpleLight National Vigil of Hope.

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