10 Reasons to Be Thankful for Cancer

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Peace

"'Mom, it was awesome,' my daughter told me. Every two weeks, my sisters took time off from work, their husbands, and their lives to stay with Lauren so Gary could be with me during chemotherapy. I worried about leaving my child, but when I asked her how it was, she said 'Awesome.' My sisters braided her hair, took her on hikes, jumped on her trampoline. The kid had a blast. I knew at that moment that no matter what happened, my family would pull together, that everything would be okay, and a profound sense of peace rested in my soul. That moment remains one of the best in my life." - Nancy Brier

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