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Cancer and a Complicated Problem When Lettie was diagnosed with cancer, she needed chemotherapy. Her best treatment option was at Cancer Treatment Centers of America. The treatment was available. Expert oncologists could help her on the journey to healing. Lettie encountered a major problem, and it seemed difficult to solve: traveling the treatment center. LongRead More
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Arthritis: Lifelong Struggle Jeremy has had arthritis since he was six years old. At 25, he needed both his knees replaced. Just three years later, he needed a double hip replacement. Now, his wrists and elbows have deteriorated to the point of requiring surgery, “For the last thirty years, arthritis has destroyed my joints,” JeremyRead More
Not Like the Others When you think of a fighter, what comes to mind? Some might think of hulking wrestlers or skilled martial artists. Others might think of those who serve in the military. Still others might think of activists. But sometimes a fighter isn’t who you’d expect. Instead of being physically formidable, they’re small.Read More

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