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A cancer diagnosis can be devastating when you’re older but an absolute shock when you’re young. Emily Cowling was just 22 years old when she was diagnosed with a malignant brain tumor. The treatment left this active youth leader unable to walk or talk, but how far back could she come? Click here to watch her incredible story.
 
 
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If you missed last week's airing of the latest episode of "Surviving & Thriving," we've got you covered! You can now watch this one-hour special, which is full of inspirational and life-affirming stories, any time online.

This episode features a husband and wife who are determined to bring some holiday cheer to children in hospitals. What started out as a simple idea has spread across the world, proving it only takes a spark to spread a fire of hope. Plus, you'll meet Karen Putz (above), who lost her hearing in a waterskiing accident in her youth. After decades off the water, she overcame her fears and got her bare feet back on the water. Her life will never be the same again!

Plus, you won't want to miss an important health update from "Surviving & Thriving" host Wendy Chioji, who checks in from her home in Park City, Utah.

Sit back, relax and see what's possible when you have hope, determination and a positive attitude.
 
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Surviving & Thriving is about the art of the comeback. It’s about standing up and fighting for all that life has to offer. In some cases, it’s about fighting for life itself. We're sharing stories of hope, inspiration and possibility and we want to hear yours. We hope these stories inspire others to keep fighting. When you read about CJ Hartman (above) and her battle to return to an active life following her cancer diagnosis, you'll see first-hand what's possible. This year, give the gift of hope by sharing your story.

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