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Aaron shares how he helped his dentist understand the risks of radiation exposure for people with Li-Fraumeni Syndrome.
A family history of cancer often brings uncertainty and worry. Aaron discusses the relief of receiving a Li-Fraumeni Syndrome diagnosis.
After undergoing limb-sparing surgery at 9, Micah Winkle discovered a new passion that helped him regain physical strength and mental health.
Whitney was diagnosed with Li-Fraumeni Syndrome (LFS) as a teenager. She shares how laughter helped in her journey.
Elizabeth explains the role of art and how it changed during treatment.
Briana shares what it means to be a survivor.
Briana talks about her experience with dance and activity after cancer treatment.
Briana shares how she handled school during cancer treatment.
Briana talks about what it means to be strong.
Elizabeth talks about how her expectations for friends changed after cancer diagnosis.
Elizabeth shares how her sense of independence changed after cancer diagnosis.
Emma shares her struggle of feeling sick, but not looking like she’s sick.
Emma talks about realizing that she needed to take charge of her health.
Jaxon remembers low points during cancer treatment and how he pushed through them.
Jaxon recalls waking up after surgery to see signs and cards of support from his community.