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Changing the World…

Kay Yow was many things. She was a leader. A champion on and off the court. A visionary. Perhaps above all, she was a generous soul. She found ways, big and small, to give of herself each day. Diagnosed with cancer in 1987, she lived a life of courage and inspiration over the next 22-years

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A Decade of Difference…

If it had been a decade earlier, things might have been very different. Kelly Werner was in the car with her son, age 3, when she got the call. Her worst fears were confirmed. It was cancer. She had been expecting the call, perhaps even the results, but nothing can prepare a person for the

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Being Their Peace…

As a society, our focal point is where it should be, on the person with cancer – but cancer is not a one person fight. It takes a community. As a community, we struggle to know how to help and what to say. We just know we need to do better. We want to do

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All in Perspective…

Coach Yow, who experienced the highs of being an Olympic gold medal basketball coach and the lows of fighting two bouts with breast cancer, always advised against “getting too high with the highs or too low with the lows.”  Shannon Miller calls it “keeping things in perspective.” As a U.S. Olympic gold medalist in gymnastics,

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