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  • together, we can make "the big 'C'" not so big. - Samuel Ackerman
  • I love my life - and I honor it's innate ability to heal when I treat it well! - Diane Scribner Clevenger
  • I want to do something now for all cancer challenged and to honor the memory of my father. - Ying Kee-Perasso
  • cancer has no place in our society. - anne leys
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  • it's the right thing to do. - Sam Conlon
  • my mom had cancer and this one is for her. - Johnny Murphy

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