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Kelly Tough
NFL Hall of Famer Jim Kelly Takes Down Head & Neck Cancer

NFL Hall of Famer Jim Kelly is known as one of the top quar­terbacks in the history of professional football. He played for the Buffalo Bills for 11 remarkable seasons, leading the squad to the playoffs eight times and tabbing four consecutive Super Bowl appearances from 1991 to 1994. During his career, the Bills were one of the most successful teams in the NFL, boasting a dangerous offense led by Jim himself.

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Jim Kelly
“You go through tough times in your life, everybody does, but it’s the attitude you have and the will to keep fighting through the difficult times.”

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You Don’t Have to Go It Alone
Patient Navigators Can Help You Chart Your Course Through Cancer

A common experience for people living with cancer is the feeling of being overwhelmed by all the information given them and the multiple, often dif­ficult decisions they must make. The healthcare system can be daunting when any of us is dealing with a routine health issue. But with cancer, it can feel near­ly impossible to manage it all. Fortunately, there are professionals whose job it is to help guide survivors and caregivers through the cancer maze.

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You Don’t Have to Go It Alone
Patient Navigators Can Help You Chart Your Course Through Cancer

A common experience for people living with cancer is the feeling of being overwhelmed by all the information given them and the multiple, often dif­ficult decisions they must make. The healthcare system can be daunting when any of us is dealing with a routine health issue. But with cancer, it can feel near­ly impossible to manage it all. Fortunately, there are professionals whose job it is to help guide survivors and caregivers through the cancer maze.

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You Don’t Have to Go It Alone
Patient Navigators Can Help You Chart Your Course Through Cancer

A common experience for people living with cancer is the feeling of being overwhelmed by all the information given them and the multiple, often dif­ficult decisions they must make. The healthcare system can be daunting when any of us is dealing with a routine health issue. But with cancer, it can feel near­ly impossible to manage it all. Fortunately, there are professionals whose job it is to help guide survivors and caregivers through the cancer maze.

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You Don’t Have to Go It Alone
Patient Navigators Can Help You Chart Your Course Through Cancer

A common experience for people living with cancer is the feeling of being overwhelmed by all the information given them and the multiple, often dif­ficult decisions they must make. The healthcare system can be daunting when any of us is dealing with a routine health issue. But with cancer, it can feel near­ly impossible to manage it all. Fortunately, there are professionals whose job it is to help guide survivors and caregivers through the cancer maze.

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You Don’t Have to Go It Alone
Patient Navigators Can Help You Chart Your Course Through Cancer

A common experience for people living with cancer is the feeling of being overwhelmed by all the information given them and the multiple, often dif­ficult decisions they must make. The healthcare system can be daunting when any of us is dealing with a routine health issue. But with cancer, it can feel near­ly impossible to manage it all. Fortunately, there are professionals whose job it is to help guide survivors and caregivers through the cancer maze.

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After Cancer,
Discovering the Life
I Was Meant to Live

by Amelia Frahm

“You’ll get over it, and one day you’ll wake up in the morning, and cancer won’t be the first thing you think about,” said the woman on the phone.

“Lady, I’m not ever getting over this!” I thought to myself.

Cancer is no longer the first thing that comes to my mind upon waking, but it likes to remind me that it could be.

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