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A Little Bundle of BIG Courage

One look into the eyes of this child and you will be swept away. Read her story and you will be amazed that such strength and courage can come in such a small package. My good friends Tim and Midge Kerr will be dedicating their Splash N' Dash event this weekend in Avalon to the Love family. I will have an opportunity to meet Taylor and her family on Saturday and am looking forward to witnessing first hand the contagious spirit that defines Taylor Love. I will have plenty more to share next week, but wanted to give you a glimpse ...
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Resourceful Way to Remission

Three years ago, when Stephen Brown received an unexpected and fear-invoking diagnosis – cancer – he did what he does best – he got physical.
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Words You Long to Hear

Just wanted to share one small blurb of an email that I received not too long ago from a friend who was recently diagnosed. These are words that every patient lives to be able to say.
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Elli Wolpe’s Words of Inspiration

I want to share with you the words of an inspirational speaker at one of our recent events. Her words are powerful and provide a reminder that we do make a difference in the lives of others.
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New Recruits

In recent weeks I have met a few amazing people who are now key foot soldiers in the war against cancers.
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From Where I Sit

I am in a pretty good place; physically, mentally, emotionally, however you would like to measure "good place", I think I am there. My health is now excellent, but my diagnosis left me with a keen awareness of and an appreciation for a lot of things that I may have missed prior to February 24th, 2006.
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Growing Tentacles

Hello world. Hmmmm, my typing skills are even more pathetic at this hour! Didn't think that was even possible. Anyway, I wanted to tell you about a connection I made the other day and the very cool way that I will be able to leverage that meeting into doing something awesome on many levels.
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Everyone is Somebody to Someone

When I was diagnosed with leukemia in February of 2006, I couldn't believe the amount of support that I received from all over the place. I received emails and phone calls from friends of friends of friends wishing me a speedy recovery and good spirits.
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Why I Do What I Do

I am conviced that there are so many "reasons" for my leukemia diagnosis and more importantly, there are reasons that have drivien me to do the things that I have done as a result of my diagnosis. I may not always know what those reasons are, but the people that I have been able to connect with are too many to mention or even count. I wanted to take a minute and share just a couple of examples of people who have found me or stumbled upon me
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Leukemia Lessons Learned

The top 10 lessons I have learned during my initial diagnosis, treatment and now remission (3 years) phases of my leukemia
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