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Posted Wed, Oct 31, 2018
Cancer isn’t rare. Technically, childhood cancer is rare compared to adult cancer, but it’s not as rare as you think. Outside of my work, I can think of three people who I know personally that had childhood cancer – a teammate on my high school ...
Posted Tue, Oct 30, 2018
When Rachel and Levi found out that Rachel was pregnant with their first child, a son, they chose the name Leo, after Levi’s grandfather. The Hebrew name, Lev, means heart. Little did they know what the word “heart” would come to mean to them.
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