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Surviving & Thriving
 
CANCER FREE!

After months of battling non-Hodgkins lymphoma, WKMG Local 6 reporter Jessica Sanchez announced she is cancer free! As you know, WKMG is our broadcast partner for "Surviving & Thriving," and we've shared Jessica's journey here before. We're so thrilled with this exciting news!

On her blog, Jessica wrote: "No cancer? Not like there-are-cancer-cells-but-if-I-eat-right-and-exercise-they-won't-come-back-kind-of-gone, but GONE?" Her doctors say yes. Jess says she's eager to return to work and start returning to her "normal" life again.  Click here to read more.
 
 
 
STORY OF GREAT SURVIVAL
 
 
 
YOU CAN OVERCOME ANY OBSTACLE
ONE MAN SPREADS HIS MESSAGE OF HOPE

Sol Bleiweis was just 11 years old when the Germans invaded his native Poland. Sent to Auschwitz with his family, Sol watched his brother be shot to death and then his mother later died in his arms.

Not wanting his story to end there, Sol has been on a mission over his lifetime, working passionately to spread kindness to others. He believes you can overcome anything you are currently going through if you keep hope alive.
 
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TOOLS TO SURVIVE
 
 
FREE SERVICES FOR PATIENTS

One of our favorite volunteer organizations,  Women Playing for T.I.M.E., made headlines this week by donating $600,000 to support the Cancer Support Community at the UF Health Cancer Center at Orlando Health. The donation will be used to fund the Cancer Support Community’s FREE programs and services designed to help patients address the emotional side of fighting.


Click here to read WMFE's coverage and find out how it fills a void in cancer care.

 
 
 
 
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