May Focus – Athletes & Cancer

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Athletes & Cancer

Athletes aren’t immune to cancer. Take a look at this compilation of athletes who have been diagnosed with cancer during their playing careers. They inspire us.

Of course, most of us aren’t elite athletes, but many cancer survivors reclaim their power through sports.

These resources are helpful:

Especially timely is this article:

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Until then, be safe and be well.  _________________________________________

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