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FAMILY MATTERS
This year alone, more than 10,000 children will be diagnosed with cancer. It's a disease that doesn't just affect the child -- entire families are devastated emotionally and oftentimes financially by the process. See how one young survivor vowed to make a difference for families, even as he still lay in his hospital bed. Click here to watch his incredible story.
 
 
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A SHORT GUIDE TO A LONG LIFE
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Dr. David Agus is one of the world's leading cancer doctors (he treated Apple's Steve Jobs during his final days) and says the only proven way to fight the diseases plaguing our country is prevention. He shares tips for lifestyle habits you MUST start adopting today. Find out why he's an advocate of daily baby aspirin and moving around regularly throughout the day but he's wary of vitamins, supplements and juicing.
 
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GETTING BACK ON THE HORSE AGAIN
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After Donna Lindhal's teenage daughter committed suicide, Donna felt herself losing control of her life. That fear kept her from the one thing she loved most -- riding horses. She shares how she slowly learned to overcome her fears by making herself a "bombproof rider" and what she's learned about surviving life's toughest challenges.
 
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After retiring, Barbara Hillary, a lung and breast cancer survivor, didn’t want to slow down. At the age of 75 in 2007, she became the first African-American woman to reach the North Pole. In 2011, at the age of 79, she reached the South Pole becoming the first African-American woman to reach both poles.Click below to listen to a GB Classic conversation wtih Barbara after her North Pole expedition and get inspired to chase your own adventures.

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CONQUERING KILIMANJARO TIX NOW ON SALE


Come join the most inspirational event of the year! On Wednesday, Dec. 3, beginning at 7:45 p.m., we are hosting the Florida premiere of our first documentary, Conquering Kilimanjaro, at Full Sail Live, the state-of-the-art venue on the campus of Full Sail University. The evening will also double as a Stand Up for Wendy night to show our love and support for "Surviving & Thriving" host Wendy Chioji, who is currently battling a recurrence of the rare and aggressive thymic carcinoma.

Visit ConqueringKilimanjaro.com to purchase tickets, watch highlights from our Austin, Texas, premiere and learn more about this unique opportunity to meet filmmakers and cast members of a documentary that will make your heart soar.