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Surviving & Thriving
 
THE SWEET SOUNDS OF SURVIVAL

Ron Foster's life is very busy and very full. He's a musician who conducts R&B classic soul groups with a 40-piece orchestra. On the weekends, the 72-year-old competes in Masters Track and Field events, winning state and regional championships in the long and high jumps. And he's a kidney cancer survivor. He shares his story.
 
 
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REAL PEOPLE. REAL STORIES.
 
 
 
RIPPED APART BY TRAGEDY
SURVIVING AN ACT OF TERROR

Elizabeth St. Hilaire Nelson's artwork is bright, cheerful, and whimsical. It consists of pieces of paper ripped apart and then reassembled into something more beautiful and profound, much like the artist herself. In college, she lost her closest friends to an act of terror and vowed to live her life in a way her friends were never able to do. From competing in triathlons to combating Bell's Palsy disease to quitting her job to start a home business, see how Elizabeth lives life on her terms.
 
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REAL INSPIRATION
 
 
THE CANCER DIARIES

When "Surviving & Thriving" host Wendy Chioji was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2001, she kept a public diary on her TV station's website. Earlier this year, she found the diaries on an old computer disk and after re-reading them, she's decided to publish them weekly on her new blog in the hopes they will inspire or inform today's cancer patients and their families. Trust us -- you WILL be inspired.

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