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Your story is what is all about. And we want to help tell it. Will you share with us?
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What keeps you going? Journaling? Prayer? Long walks? Tell us about it in celebration of our 20th anniversary:
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Have you shared your story with us yet? It could be featured in our special 20th anniversary project!
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"I did not start a website with the intention of healing. But that's what happened.” Sound like you? Share today:
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Are you a patient or family member who has used during a health journey? Share with us.
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In honor of the 20th year of , we invite you to . It could inspire others!
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This is Chris. In 2014, she suffered a near-fatal stroke. Today, she wants to go skydiving. What's your story?
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This is Will. He had stage IV cancer before he was six months old. Today, he's cancer-free. What's your story?
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This is Sara. She's a breast cancer survivor and a single mom. Today, she lives for each moment. What's your story?
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This is Michael. In 2015, he learned he had glioblastoma. Today, he finds meaning in each moment. What's your story?
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20 Years, 675,000 Stories, One You. users: Will you share your story with us?
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20 years ago, coded a website to support her friends. Today, we call it CaringBridge.
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Replying to @matt_macchia
Hi Matt, we're so sorry to hear about your friend. We are investigating this right now.
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“I know Will is going to make his own path—we will make ours.” – Mom of young cancer survivor shares harrowing tale.
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What IS the difference between "" and ""? Here what has to say.
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In new book she makes it less scary for people to feel more in control of healthcare decisions.
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The journey toward wellbeing after a brain cancer diagnosis is an ongoing and hopeful process for Michael Bischoff.
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Mom of brain cancer survivor hopes others may experience the healing power of support during a health crisis.
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is set to retire this June as we mark 20 yrs. Please join us in thanking Sona for her years of dedication!
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Replying to @Jetta375
Our Customer Care team will be glad to assist you. You may contact them via our Help Center here:
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