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When art therapist Nina Beaty was diagnosed with cancer, she turned to art to help her get through.
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I was diagnosed with cancer in late January 2015. Three tiny vaginal blood droplets were the single symptom alerting me to this emerging health scare.
It was a picture-perfect spring Friday in early 2015, and Food Network chef turned lifestyle guru Sandra Lee had just wrapped up a photo shoot for People magazine’s “Most Beautiful” issue.
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