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Surviving & Thriving
 
JUST DANCE!

Bob Reisner is, friends say, a hero. They can’t help but smile when they see him, and they can’t help believe that where there’s a will, there’s a way. Because despite Parkinson’s disease and despite the fact that he’s in a wheelchair, Bob is a dancing superstar. Click here to read his story.
 
 
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'SURVIVING & THRIVING' RETURNS THIS WEEK!

Don't forget -- our next episode of "Surviving & Thriving," presented by MD Anderson Cancer Center Orlando and Growing Bolder, airs this week! Tune in Friday, May 24th at 8 p.m. to WKMG Local 6 in Central Florida. You'll meet men and women who have overcome tremendous obstacles, including cancer, injuries and more, to come back stronger than ever. Their stories will inspire you to keep moving forward in life, no matter what you may face. We hope you and your family will join us for this special presentation. 

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REAL PEOPLE. REAL STORIES.
 
 
 
BANANA BATTLES BACK
THE POWER OF BELIEF

This is a tense tale of determination; a celebration of passion and the human spirit. 93-year-old Banana George Blair, weak from a long battle with pneumonia and in constant pain from six back surgeries, wants to get his bare feet back on the water.

Come along for this exclusive as Banana battles back.
 
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REAL INSPIRATION.
 
 
ANGIE'S CHOICE
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Everyone is still talking about Angelina Jolie's announcement that she recently underwent an elective, preventative double mastectomy. Surgical oncologist Debashish Bose, M.D., Ph.D., of MD Anderson Cancer Center Orlando, discusses this procedure as well as other new, progressive treatments for breast cancer.

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