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As a nurse, Stephanie was always caring for others. But the tables were turned when she was diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer (mBC).
Barbara knows about cancer. Over the past 14 years, she's been diagnosed with ovarian, lymphoma, breast and skin cancer.
As Victor tears along the winding mountain roads of Utah on his motorcycle, every sense awakens.
Adam takes the stage in front of a packed house, using a cane to help keep his balance.
Sachi looks at her young daughter. And the young girl stares delightedly back at her mama.
Ester Eva was a beautiful daughter, a loving sister, and a wife and mother.
With her creative spirit and warm smile, Cynthia is the kind of person who makes an impression the moment you meet her.
At Billy's jazz performance, the bass player taps a smooth, steady line of deep notes.
After serving in the Air Force in Thailand during the Vietnam War, Jack went to college and became a teacher in special education.
When Melissa graduated from college in 2004, she knew she was going home to visit her mother, Leslie, in New Hampshire before starting her nutrition internship in New York City. But she didn't realize just how much their lives were about to change.
Fred makes people laugh for a living. But this wasn't always so.
The road to medical school can be difficult for anyone. Now imagine being diagnosed with lymphoma at the same time.
As a Brooklyn girl, Lisa can handle just about anything with her personality and chutzpah alone.
It takes a special person to care for others with cancer, whether it's providing treatment or simply being there to listen.
Kimaya was able to focus on her treatment and recovery thanks to the support of the people around her.
In 1972, Robin was diagnosed with Hodgkin lymphoma (then called Hodgkin's disease). She was just 12 years old.
Paula was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York. In fact, she grew up on the block where she currently lives.
"I try not to focus on my problems. I try to focus on other people's problems."