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Tompkins Weekly highlights the issues, people, organizations and businesses in Tompkins County. In print and online. Tompkins Weekly’s mission is to tell the stories and report the news that defines us as a community.”

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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:

Although our wellness classes and programs have been sidelined because of Covid-19, we hope to resume them when it is safe to do so.

Until then, be safe and be well.  _________________________________________

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Tompkins Weekly highlights the issues, people, organizations and businesses in Tompkins County. In print and online. Tompkins Weekly’s mission is to tell the stories and report the news that defines us as a community. www.tompkinsweekly.com

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