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Exercise, Sarcoma Survivor

104 Marathons in 104 Days

Meet Jacky: 104 Marathons in 104 Days Jacky Hunt-Broersma, 46, has run 26.2-miles every day since mid-January, normally taking around five hours. On Saturday, she…

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General, Sarcoma Survivor

A Rare Limb Salvage Surgery Puts Cancer Patient Back in the Driver’s Seat

By: Atrium Health – Daily Dose Diagnosed with a Rare Cancer At first, Parker Cain thought he had a knee problem. In 2019, a swollen…

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Sarcoma Survivor

Defining “Cured” from the Sarcoma Trenches

It didn’t take me long after being diagnosed with sarcoma to come to the conclusion that cancer terminology can be really confusing. But here’s how I choose…

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Sarcoma Survivor

Life Awaits!

I get emotional – but in a good way – every time I meet someone in our sarcoma community. It’s a huge honor to meet…

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Sarcoma Survivor

What Is This Sarcoma Survivor Thankful For?

The holiday season brings a heightened awareness of gratitude, perspective, and introspection for all, but perhaps for cancer survivors even more so. Listen to Julia, a sarcoma survivor,…

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