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- Mandela's granddaughter bares her past in book Updated: Nov-12-13 4:47 pm
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AKRON, Ohio - An Amish girl with leukemia spent time at a natural cancer treatment center in Central America after she left home with her parents in Ohio to avoid being forced to resume chemotherapy treatments, the girl's grandfather said.
MONTGOMERY, Alabama - There were days Holly Shoemaker could not even walk out the door.
THE VILLAGES, Florida - When John Brake heard the unwelcome news from his doctor in April, he had a life-altering decision to make.
BUENOS AIRES, Argentina - For cancer patients dealing with the physical and psychological trauma of the disease, even looking in the mirror can be difficult. When chemotherapy robs your hair, it's common to feel that a part of your identity goes missing as well.
JOHANNESBURG - Nelson Mandela's family is no stranger to the public eye -its successes and trials have been aired for decades in films, books and the news media.
COLUMBUS, Indiana - Cathy Tower's arms and legs moved smoothly and quickly on an elliptical trainer at Mill Race Center while she looked out the fitness center's large windows, enjoying the sight of autumn colors.